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1590-91. 



CATALOGUE 



PENNSYLVANIA 



State Normal School, 



MANSFIELD, TIOGA COUNTY, PA 



1B90-91. 



MANSFIELD, PA.: 

ADVERTISER PRINTING HOUSE, 

189I. 



STATE NOBMAL SCHOOTj — FIFTH DISTBICT. 



BOfltjD OF Tf^USTEES. 



Representing tlie Stockliolders. 



D. H. PITTS, 

E. L. SPERRY, 

F. M. SHAW, 

F. E. VAN KEUREN, 

J. C. HOWE, 
ALBERT SHERWOOD, 
C. S. ROSS, 
JOS. S. HOARD, 

P. V. VAN NESS. 
A. M. SPENCER, 
J. M. HARDEN, 
J. A. ELLIOTT, 



A. M. PITTS, 
DAVID CAMERON, 
HON. C. V. ELLIOTT, 
MAJ. G. W. MERRICK, 
HON. H. B. PACKER, 
H. F. IvEMGSLEY. 



Term of office expires: in 1894. 



- TeiTO of office expires in 1893. 



'Term of office expires in 1892. 



Representing: the State. 

Term of office expires in 1894. 

Term of offlce expires in 1893. 
Term of office expires in 1892. 



OfHcers of tlie Board. 



D. H. PITTS, President. 



J. A. ELLIOTT, Secretary. 



PHILIP WILLIAMS. TREASURER. 



STATE NOKMAL SCHOOL — FIFTH DISTRICT. 



STflJ^DHSiG COMMITTEES, 



1891-92. 



C, S. ROSS, 



Committee on Grounds and Buildings. 

F. M. SHAW, A. M. PITTS. 



Text Books, Apparatus and Printing". 

DR. J. M. BARDEN, J. C. HOWE, F. E. VAN KEUREN. 



DR. C. V. ELLIOTT, 



Instruction f»iid Bisclpline. 
A. M. PITTS, 



H. F. KINGSLEY. 



J. A. ELLIOTT, 



Houseliold. 

P. V. VAN NESS. 



J. S. HOARD. 



A. M. SPENCER, 



Executive and Financial. 

E. L. SPERRY, 



C. S. ROSS. 



Public Relations of the School. 



D. H. PITTS, 
MAJ. G. W. MERRICK, 
HON. C. V. ELLIOTT. 
HON. H, B. PACKER. 
H. F. KINGSLEY, 



E. L, SPERRY, 

J. C. HOWE. 

A. M. StENCER. 

J. S. HOARD, 

ALBERT SHERWOOD, 



HON. DAVID CAMERON 



STATE NOKMAL SCli OOL— FIFTH DISTRICT. 



CALiEHDAf^. 



NOUMAI. SCHOOIv YEAK, 1891-93. 

September 2d — Wednesday, Fall Term begins. 
December 4th — Friday, Fall Term ends. 
December 7th — Winter Term begins. 
December 24th — Holiday Recess begins. 

1892. 



March i8th— Friday, Winter Term ends. 

March 21st — Monday, Spring Term begins. 

June 19th — Sunday Evening, Baccalaureate Sermon. 

June 20th — Monday Evening, Junior Exhibition. 

June 2ist — Tuesday Morning, Class Day Exercises. 

Evening, Exercises by Literary Societies. 
June 22d— Wednesday Evening, Exercises by the Alumni. 
June 23d — Thursday, Commencement Exercises. 

Evening, Entertainment by Music Department. 



STATE NORMAL SCHOOL— FIFTH DISTRICT, 



EXfl]V[lNH^G COMMITTEE. 



EXAMINATION FOR GRADUATION, JUNE 9, 10, H, 1891. 



HON. HENRY HOUCK, 

Deputy-Superintendent of Public Instruction. 



Z. X. SNYDER, 

Principal of tlie S. N. S., 9tli District. 



GEO. W. RYAN, 

Supenutenclent of Bradfoi'd County. 



SAMUEL TRANSEAU, 

Superintendent Williamsport Sclioola. 



D. C. THOMAS, 

Principal of S. N. a. 5th District. 



STATE NORMAL SCHOOL— FIFTH DISTRICT, 



FflCULiTV. 



D. C. THOMAS, Ph. D., Principal, 

Mental Pliilosopliy and Science of Teaching. 

CHARLES H. ASHTON, A. M., 

Matliematics. 

HOWARD LYON, M. S., 

Sciences. 

H. J. VAN NORMAN, B. S., 

English Grammar and Civil Government. 

LIZZIE MAY ALLIS, A. B., Preceptress, 

Morlern Languages. 

MINERVA J. NETTLETON, A. M., 

Rhetoric, Literature and History. 

JOHN E. EDWARDS, A. M., 

Ancient Languages. 



GERTRUDE W. LANGLEY, Ph. B., 

Latin. 



STATE NORMAL SCHOOL — FIFTH DISTRICT. 



FflCUliTV. 



JENNIE C. R. SMITH, 

• Gymnastics. 

W. R. LONGSTREET, M. E., 

Military Tactics and Principal Training School. 

ELIZA J. BOYCE, M. E., 

Reading. 

E. A. CRUTTENDEN, M. S., 

Drawing, Bookkeeping and Penmansliixi. 

JENNIE E. THOMAS, M S., 

Matliematics. 

Prof. H. E. COGSWELL, 

Director of Mnsic Department. 



E. A. SPENCER, M. E., Steward. 

MRS. E. D. GOODALL, Matron, 



STATE NOKMAL SCHOOTj— FIFTH DISTRICT. 



STdDEJ^TS. 



JirjSriOR SCIENTIFIC. 



Argetsinger, Geo. F., B. E. 
Bodler, Anna, M. E. 
Burman, O. W., M. E. 
Burnian, Mrs. O W., B. E 
Cogswell, Minnie, M. E., 
Oummings, Ida B., M. E., 



Elliott, Edward M., B. E. 
Green, F. H. 
Hartley, Frank, B. E. 
Judge, Rose, M. E. 
Leahy, James R., 
Pitts, Wayne 



Gl^flDUflTIflG CliflSSMS. 



SCIENTIFIC COURSE. 



Hunt, F B. 



Reynolds, Harry, B. E. 



ELEMENTARY COURS E-L ABIES. 



Barnard, Nettie E., 
Baynes, M Elia, 
Benton, Sarah E., 
Bond, Nora Imogene, 
Brock, Mame, 
Brown, Eleanor, 
Burritt, Florence L., 



Car ley, Carrie, 
ClooB, Mrs. Sarah L., 
Cnshing, Minnie, 
Dougherty, Sarah G., 
Fassett, Mary B., 
Flower, Edith, 
Gallagher, Mary J., 



Gillen, Mattie E., 
Gillespie, Josephine, 
(Tisin, Anna L., 
Goodall, Stella, 
Gregory, Alice, 
Heft. Ertiily Reeve, 
Heft, Luella Clark, 



STATE NORMAL SCHUOIj— FIFTH DISTRICT. 



Horton, Flora, 
James, Ijuna Evelyn, 
Johnson, Leona JB., 
Kelley, Nellie M., 
Kent, Edith V , 
Kingsley, Anna Kent, 
KohleT% Ada L , 
Lee, Anna F., 
Leek, Mary Alice, 
Lovviisber^^ Edith A,, 
Mnjor, Alice Gertrude, 
Malia, Lizzie V,, 



Miles, Sarah J., 
Morley, Grace E., 
Nailen, May, 
Payne, Katharine, 
Pliillips, CoraH., 
Rafter Laura E., 
Roberts, Ellen, 
Rose, Julia A., 
Sampson, Anna, 
Seouten, Jennie, 
Shaw, Anna Louise, 
Shepard, Nana, 



Smith, Grace L., 
Stone, Myrtle J., 
Treat, Alice, 
Walker, Bertha M., 
Watts, Rena, 
Webster, Stella., 
Welch, Bertha A., 
Williams, Anna M., 
Williams, Bessie, 
Winans, Clara, 
Wo r den. Alma, 



GEXTLEMEN. 



Ashley, W. W., 
Beach, N. M., 
Rernauer, M. J., 
Brennan, Joseph E., 
Buchanan, R., 
Bull, James R., 
Catterson, Aid en D., 
Cornell, F. D., 
Cray, Daniel J., 
LaUinan, Walter H,, 
Davis, David C, 
Devaney, James J., 
Dunsmore, W. D., 



Elliott, Willis v., 
Ferry, Leon, 
French, C. R., 
Gilpin, Sherman F., 
Green, F. H., 
Hornet, Frank, 
Hope, Bernard, 
Hotchkiss, John, 
Hunt, F. B., 
Kemp, Herman, M., 
Keliey, N. Roger, 
Leahy, James R., 
LongboLhum, Ray, 



McCormack, Frank, 
McGrath, John, 
Marvin, Harry B., 
Morse, W. D., 
Pitts, Wayne, 
Quinn, John J., 
Ritter, Charles T., 
Rogers, Wm. L., 
Rounds, H. H., 
Shaw, Llewellyn, 
Van Gorder, Frank, 
Werline, Marion, M., 
Wood, Dann L., 



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STATE NORJrAL SCHOOL— FIFTH DISTRICT. 



LiIST OF STUDEflTS. 



Abemathy, Jos?eph 
Adams, Lou 
Angle, Harry S, 
Argetsinger, Geo. F. 
Arnot, Bessie 
Ashley, W. W. 
Austin, Leroy 
Bacon, Minnie 
Bailey, Owigfit H. 
Bailey, May 
Railey, Sadie V. 
Baldwin, Burt 
Baldwin, Harry S. 
Barnard, Nettie E. 
Barrett, Etta 
Baynes, M. Ella 
Beach, N. M. 
Beamish, Mamie 
Beckwith, Lulu G. 
Benson, Lavern G. 
Benton, Sarah E. 
Bernauer, M. J, 
Berry, Mattie 
Bixby, Clara 
Blair, Lizzie 
Blaksley, Anna W. 
Blaksley, Eva 
Bodler, Anna 
Bolt, Maude Elene 
Bond, N{>ra Imogene 
Boore, E. C. 
Borden, Met tie 
Bosard, Lizzie 
Bowen, Bessie 
Bowen, Sadie M. 
Brennan, Joseph E. 
Brock, Mame 



Mardin. 

Mansfield. 

Milford. 

Mansfield. 

Rutland. 

Mainesburg. 

Ogdensburg, 

Roaring Branch. 

Mansfield. 

Mansfield. 

Mansfield. 

Bentley Creek. 

Canton. 

East New Milford. 

Mansfield. 

Mansfield. 

Mansfield. 

Scran ton. 

Covington. 

Rutland 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

Marsh field. 

Berry town. 

Mansfield. 

Arnot. 

Mansfield. 

Mansfield. 

Gernjania. 

Elmira, N. Y. 

Meshonpen. 

Scran ton. 

Niles Valley. 

Keeneyville. 

East Cliarleston. 

East Charleston. 

Carhondale. 

Knox vi lie. 



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B rod lick, Ray 
Brown, Eleanor 
Buchanan, II. 
Bull, James R. 
Burley, (jeo W. 
Burnian, O. W. 
Burman, Mrs. O. W. 
Burritt, Florence L. 
Campbell, Bar tie 
Carley, Carrie 
Carlin, Mary 
Carr, Nellie G. 
Catterson, Alden O, 
Champney, Loren R. 
Chapin, Clementine 
Clark, Budd A. 
Clark, Hart well 
Clark, Rosamond 
Cleveland, Matie 
Cloos, Ada L- 
Cioos, Myra K. 
Cloos, Mrs Sarah L. 
Cobb, Gertie 
Coi^^.sweil, Minnie L. 
Collins, M. R. 
Conable, Alice 
Cook, Otis B. 
Copley, Ellie 
Corbett, Anna L. 
Cornell, F. D. 
Cottrell, Clare 
Cray, D aiiel J. 
Cummings, Ida B. 
Curran, Baniuel 
Curtis, Effie 
dishing, Minnie 
Dailey, Lottie A, 
Dallman, Walter H. 
Davis, Bertha M. 
Davis, David C 



Mainesburg. 

Lehman. 

Parsons. 

Milford. 

Mansfield. 

Mansfield. 

Mansfield. 

8ylvania. 

Kennedy. 

Job's Corners. 

Auburn Four Corners. 

P romp ton. 

Moscow. 

Marsh field. 

White's Corners. 

Mansfield. 

New York City. 

Academy Corners. 

Millerton. 

Little Marsh. 

Little Marsh. 

Mansfield. 

Susquehanna. 

West Auburn. 

Roaring Branch. 

Painter Run, 

Rutland. 

Or(;oked Creek. 

Scran ton. 

Rush. 

Mansfield. 

Wilkes- Bane. 

Mansfield 

Academy Corners 

Elm hurst. 

Ulysses. 

Osceola. 

Mansfield. 

Morris Run. 

Wilkes-Barre. 



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STATE NORMAL SCHOOL— FIFTH DISTRICT. 



Davis, Nettie 
Del a mater, May R. 
Devaney, James J. 
DeWitt, Ray 
Dix, Charles E. 
Dorsett, Ernest 
Dougherty, Sara G. 
Dunsmore, James A. 
Dunsmore, J. G. 
Dunsmore, W. D. 
Edwards, Edna Tydfil 
Elliott, Edward M. 
Elliott, Jessie G. 
Elliott, Willis Vr 
Ely, Bessie H. 
Ely,Winfred 
Esta brook, Manie 
Estes, Sylvia 
Fairclough, Elizabeth 
Fassett, Mary B. 
Faulkner, Carrie P. 
Ferry, Leon 
Flower, Edith 
Ford, Rose 
Fralic, Willard 
Freeman, Julia 
French, C. R. 
French, Mable 
Fulkerson, Lucy 
Fuller, Bessie E. 
Fuller, Cora 
Gaige, Flora 
Gallagher, Mary J. 
Gardner, Truman 
Garrahan, Frances 
Gates, Maud. 
Gile, Norman 
Gillen, Mat tie E. 
Gillespie, Blanche 
Gillespie, Jennie 



Hcranton. 

Costello. 

Wilkes-Barre. 

Mainesburg, 

Rutland. 

Manstield. 

Scran ton. 

Glen Richey. 

Harris burg. 

Harrisburg. 

Fern dale. 

Mansfield, 

Denver, Colo. 

Denver, Colo, 

Mansfield. 

Mansfield. 

Man cli ester Centre, Vt. 

Del mar. 

Yates. 

Raymond. 

Waverly, N. Y. 

KeeneyviHe. 

Mansfield. 

West Covington. 

Lamb's Creek. 

Mansfield. 

Trowbridge. 

Mansfield, 

Mansfield. 

Elmira, N. Y. 

Middlebury. 

Jackson Summit. 

Wilkes-Barre. 

Westfield. 

Wilkes-l^arre. 

Mansfield. 

Lamb's Creek. 

Honesdale. 

Mansfield. 

Mansfield. 



STATE NORMAL SCHOOTi — FIFTH DISTRICT. 



Gillespie, Josephine 
Gillett, Alice 
Gilpin, Sherman F. 
Gilpin, S. W. 
Gisin, Annie L. 
Goodall, Anna E. 
Good all, Elniier 
Goodall, Stelhi 
Goodrich, Dora 
Goodrich, Lora Anna 
Goodrich, Sani 
Goodspeed, Lyraan 
Gould, Bessie W, 
Gould. W. 8. 
Gran tear, Charles E, 
Greene, F. H. 
Gregory, Alice Z. 
Griffith, Rebecca M. 
Grin n ell, Emma 
Groni, Lenore 
Hadtner, A. J. 
Haight, Eva M. 
Haight, Lillian 
Hakes, Cora 
Hamilton, Sadie 
Harrer, A. T. 
Hartley, Frank 
Hauber, Clarence 
Hauber, Minnie B. 
Hazelett, Allie 
Heermans, Electa 
Heft, Emily Reeve 
Heft, Luella Clark 
Heyler, Robert 
Hill, F. G. 
Hoard, H. Reed. 
Hoffman, Edith M. 
Hornet, Frank 
Hope, Bernard 
Horning, Ida 



Pittston. 

Blossburg. 

South Sterling. 

Newfoundland. 

Wellsboro. 

Canoe Camp. 

Canoe Camp. 

Man*^ field. 

Owego, N. Y. 

Owego, N. Y. 

Owego, N. Y. 

West Covington. 

Mansfield. 

Scran ton. 

Canton. 

Clifford. 

Prompton. 

West Burlington. 

Mansfield. 

Mansfield. 

Williamsport. 

Mainesburg, 

Mansfield. 

Lamb's Creek. 

Ebenton, 

Fast Point. 

North Mehoopany, 

North Bingham. 

North Bingham. 

Tioga. 

Jackson Summit. 

Truckville. 

Truckville. 

Sebring. 

Mansfield. 

Mansfield. 

Wilkes-Barre. 

Wyal using. 

Lovelton. 

Antrim. 



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STATE NORMAL SCHOOL— FIFTH DISTRICT. 



Hortoii, Flora 
H or ton, Rose D. 
Hotchkiss, Jobu 
Howell, Will 
Hunt, F. B. 
Huntington, Eleazer 
Huntington, Ellen 
James, Luna Evelyn 
Jelliff, Glenn 
Jerald, Alice L. 
Johnson, Leon a B. 
Jones, Burr E. 
Jones, L>avld J. 
Jones, Morton ^ 
Judge, Bose H. 
Kearney, Marguerett 
Kearney, Rose H. 
Keating, Minnie 
Keeler, Margaret 
Kelley, Maine 
Kelley, Mark 
Kelley, Nellie M. 
Kelley, N. Roger 
Kelley, Lizzie 
Kelly, Nellie 
Kemp, Herman M. 
Kent, Edith V, 
Keppel, Fred D. 
Kiesel, Anna 
Kingsley, Anna Kent 
Kingsley, Clarence L, 
Kingsley, H. B. 
Kingsley, Lepha M. 
Kohler, Ada L. 
LaTourette, Mary 
Lavvrence, Lulu 
Leach, Harvey H. 
Leahy, James R. 
Lee, Anna F. 
Lee, Hattie W. 



Trowbridge. 

Mansfield. 

Lamb's Creek. 

Round Top. 

Hquare ! op. 

North Bingham. 

North Bingham. 

Wilkes-Barre. 

Mansfield. 

Mansfield. 

Mansfield. 

Wausau, Wis. 

Cherry Flats. 

Cherry Flats. 

Mansfield. 

Factory V 11 le. 

Wilkes-Barre. 

Jackson Summit. 

Montrose. 

Scran ton. 

West Covington. 

Scianton. 

Wesl Covington. 

Scran ton. 

(Uierry Flats. 

Nelson. 

Brooklyn. 

Mansfield. 

So ran ton, 

Minsfield. 

Painter Run. 

Mans ti eld. 

Painter Run. 

Mardin. 

Cold Springs. 

Owego, N. Y. 

Chatham Valley. 

Wilawana. 

Ashley. 

Farno. 



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Lee, Mary E. 
Leek, Mary Alice 
Lent, Cora Ethel 
Longbothutn, Hay 
Lough ran, P. Frank 
Lownsbery, Edith A. 
Lownsbery, Leon 
McAuliff'. John J. 
McAuIiff, P. J, 
MeClurg, Kenneth 
MeCormack, Frank 
McDonald, J. W- 
McDowell, Charles 
McGrath, Jolin 
McHale, Mary E. 
McLaughlin, Alice C. 
Mackelvey, Lizzie R. 
Major, Alice Gertrude 
Malia, Lizzie V. 
Marvin, Harry B, 
Maxey, Benjamin F 
Meine, Anna M. 
Metcalf, Floral V. 
Miles, Bara J. 
Miller, William L 
Mongan, Katie A. 
MonkH, Kate 
Montanye, Belle 
Montgomery, Chas. R. 
Moore, Adda E. 
Mooie, Minnie E. 
Moriran, Edward W. 
Morgan, Lizzie R. 
Morley, Grace E. 
Morse, W. D. 
Morton, Guy W, 
Murray, Mary Agnes 
Myer, Nellie Rica 
Nailen, May 
Niles, Fred H. 



Ashley. 

Dundaff. 

T.amb'8 Creek. 

Mansfield. 

Hazeiton. 

Canoe Camp. 

Canoe Camp. 

Mardin. 

Mardin. 

Milford. 

Ashley. 

Dunraore. 

Sylvania 

Reran ton. 

Dun more. 

Wilkes-Barre. 

Center Morland. 

Lehman. 

Scran ton 

Covington. 

Forest City. 

Germania. 

Austin. 

Kingston. 

New York City. 

Dunmore. 

Chatham Valley. 

Kennedy. 

West Franklin. 

Mansfield. 

Prompton. 

New Milford. 

Philadelphia. 

Athens. 

West Franklin. 

Owego, N. Y. 

Arnot, 

Arnot. 

Canton. 

Niles Valley. 



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STATE NORMAL SCHOOL— FIFTH DISTRICT. 



Oakley, Mattie Lena 
O'Connor, Lura 
Osgood. Kiith 
Overfield, Peter D. 
Owen, May 
Palmer, Kittie L. 
Palmer, Lewis M. 
Parcell, George A. 
Patterson, Milo F. 
Patterson, William 
Paul, Minnie 
Payne, Katharine 
Peek, Welland A. 
Phillips, Cora H. 
Pitts, Mollie E. 
Pitts, Wayne 
Potter, Faye 
Pratt, F. L. 
Presho, Bertha 
Preston, Libbie H. 
Quinn, John J. 
Rafter, Laura E. 
Reese, Amos 
Reynolds, Harry A, 
Reynolds, Mary E. 
Reynolds, Walter G. 
Rice, George W. 
Rice, Jennie L. 
Rice, Katharine 
Rice, Ora 
Ripley, May 
Ritter, Charles T. 
Ritter, Orlando J. 
Roberts, Ellen 
Rockwell, Samuel B. 
Rockwell, Teresa 
Rogers, Harley M. 
Rogers, W. L. 
Rooney^ Thomas . 
Root, Gladys 



Williamsport. 

Morris. 

Mansfield. 

South Auburn. 

Job's Corners, 

Ulysses. 

Rutland. 

Wilawana. 

Arnot. 

Arnot. 

Sebring. 

Morris 

Moscow. 

r>un?nore. 

Mansfield. 

Mansfield, 

Middlebury. 

Mansfield. 

Mansfield. 

Troy. 

Wilkes-Barre. 

Scran ton. 

Round Top. 

Mansfield. 

South Gibson. 

Mansfield. 

Little Marsh. 

Lamb's Creek. 

Biughaniton, N, Y. 

East New Miiford. 

Mansfield, 

Nauvoo. 

Nauvoo. 

Plymouth. 

Mainesburg. 

Mansfield. 

Elwell. 

Harford. 

Dun mo re. 

Crooked Creek. 



STATE NORMAL SCHOOL— FIFTH DISTRICT. 



Rose, Julia A, 
Rounds, H. H. 
Rumsey, Mattie E. 
Ryon, Wallace H. 
Bampson, Anna 
Soouten, Jennie 
Scudder, Jennie 
Sharpe, Arthur B. 
Shaw, Anna Louise 
Shaw, B. F. 
Shaw, Blanche 
Shaw, Edward P, 
Shaw, Llewellyn 
Shea, Katie F. 
Shelley, Richard 
Sherwood, Hugh 
Shepard, Nana 
Shipman, Mabel 
Smart, Mary E. 
Smith, Cora B. 
Smith, Grace L. 
Smith, Hattie 
Smith, Maggie G. 
Smith, Millie 
Snover, Bert J. 
Spencer, Fred 
Stephens, Maud M. 
Stevens, Grace M. 
Stevens, MoUie 
Stevens, Ralph H. 
Stillman, Carrie 
Stone, Myrtle J. 
Strange. Joseph 
Straughan, Belle M. 
Sunderlin, ^;ettie 
Sweet, Will S. 
Tahany, Minnie 
Tliomas, George M. 
Thomas, Grace Verona 
Tingley, Ida May 



Mainesburg. 

Uniojidale. 

Mainesburg. 

Lawrenceville. 

Crooked Creek. 

Sylvania. 

Covington. 

Jenningsville. 

Mansfield. 

Lamb's (.'reek. 

Mansfield. 

Lamb's Creek. 

Mansfield. 

Scrantou 

Ransom. 

Mansfield. 

Job's Corners 

Mansfield. 

Jackson Summit. 

Binghamton, N, Y. 

Montrose. 

Clark's Summit. 

Wilkes-Barre. 

Mansfield. 

Skinner's EJddy. 

Canoe Camp. 

East Hebron. 

Hammond. 

Couderspf>rt. 

Hop Bottom. "^ 

Ulysses. 

Denver, Colo. 

Mainesburg. 

Hoytville. 

Sunderlinville. 

Orvisburg, Miss. 

Blosgburg. 

Wilkes-Barre. 

Mansfield. 

Harfor<i. 



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STATE NORMAL SCHOOL— FIFTH DISTRICT, 



Tobey, Lulu 
Tobey, Mellie 
Toole, Thomas A. 
Treat, Alice 
Trible, Peter Edgar 
Vail, Grace 
Van Gorder, Frank 
Van Ness, Emma 
Vaughan, Winafred 
Voorhess, Jesse 
Voorhess, Pearl 
Waldo, Mary E. 
Walker, Bertha M. 
Ward, T. G. 
Warner, Eva L 
Warner, Grace E. 
Wat kins, Mamie E. 
Watts, Louise 
Watts, Rena 
Webster, Clinton M. 
Webster, Cora 
Webster, Fred 
Webster, Stella 
Webster, Sylvester J. 
Welch, Bertha A. 
Weldy, B. E. 
Welling, AnnaB. 
Werline, Marion M. 
Wetmore, Edith 
White, Olin 
Whiting, IV£ Ella 
Williams, Anna M. 
Williams, Bessie 
Williams, Gertrude 
Wilhams, Janie 
Winaus, Clara 
Wood, Dann L. 
Woodruff, Clara E. 
Worden, Alma 
Zittel, Ida 



Millerton. 

Millerton. 

Wilkes-Barre. 

East Chatham, 

South Auburn. 

Jermyn. 

Tun khan nock. 

Mansfield. 

Morris. 

Daggett's Mills. 

Daggett's Mills. 

ManitoM^ac, Wis 

Covington. 

Canton; 

Mainesburg. 

Mai nes burg. 

Mansfield. 

East Canton. 

Honesdale. 

Mansfield. 

Mansfield. 

Job's Corners. 

Crooked Creek. 

Morris. 

Mansfield. 

Madisonville. 

Adair, Ills. 

Liberty. 

Mansfield. 

Mansfield. 

Mainesburg. 

East New Milford. 

Scran ton. 

Scran ton. 

East New Milford. 

South Auburn. 

Mansfield. 

Le Raysville. 

Ulysses. 

West Covington.. 



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I^EVISED COUt^SE OF STUtJV 

fls Adopted by all the flof mal Schools of the State. 



The Normal School Law provides for two distinct Courses of 
instruction: the Elementary Course, and the Scientific Course. 



HUEJWEHTRtjV COUtJSE. 



Juniof Veap. 



Pedagogics.— Elements of School Management, and Methods. 

Language. — Orthography and Reading; English Grammar, 
including Composition; Latin Grammar and Reader. 

Mathematics.— Arithmetic, except Mensuration; Elementary 
Algebra. 

Natural Science. — Physiology and Hygiene. 

Historical Sciences.— Geography — Physical, Mathematical 
and Political; History of United States; Civil Government. 

The Arts. — Penmanship, sufficient to be able to explain some 
approved system— writing to be submitted to Board of Examiners; 
Drawing, a daily exercise for at least twenty-eight weeks— work 
to be submitted to Board of Examiners; Book-keeping, Single 
Entry, seven weeks; Vocal Music, elementary principles, and at- 
tendance upon daily exercises for at least one-third of a year. 

Seniop Yeat». 

Pedagogics. — Psychology, embracing the Intellect, Sensibili- 
ties and Will; Methods; History of Education; Model School work 
— at least twenty-one weeks of actual teaching daily during one 
period of not less than forty-five minutes; a Thesis on a Profes- 
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Language.— The outlines of Rhetoric, together with at least 
a fourteen weeks' course in English Literature, including the 
thorough study of one selection from each of four English classics; 
Latin, Caesar, through the Helvetian war. 

Mathematics.— Arithmetic, Mensuration; Plane Geometry. 

Natural Sciences.— Elementary Natural Philosophy; Botany. 

Historical Sciences.— Reading of General History in con- 
nection with the History of Education. 

The Arts.— Elocutionary Exercises in connection with the 
study of English Literature. 



SCIEflTIFIC COUI^SE. 

Pedagogics.— Moral Philosophy; Logic; Philosophy of Edu- 
cation; Course of Professional Reading, with abstracts, notes, 
criticisms, to be submitted to Board of Examiners. 

Language.— Latin, six books of Virgil, four oration*^ of Cicero, 
the Germania of Tacitus, or a full equivalent; an equivalent of 
Greek, French or German will be accepted for Spherical Trigo- 
nometry, Analytical Geometry; Calculus, Mathematical Natunil 
Philosophy and Mathematical Astronomy; Literature. 

Mathematics.— Higher Algebra; Solid Geometry; Plane and 
Spherical Trigonometry and Surveying, with use of instruments; 
Analytical Geometry; Differential and Integral Calculus. 

Natural Science.— Natural Philosophy, as much as in Sneil's 
Olmsted; Astronomy, Descriptive aud Mathematical; Chemistry; 
Geology or Mineralogy; Zoology. 

History.— General Historv. 



^Regulations for Final Examinations. 

1. That admission to the Senior Class shall be determined by 
the State Board of Examiners at the annual examination by the 
Board. 

2. That, in order to be admitted to the Senior Class, students 
must be qualified in the Junior studies, but the examinations in. 



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Pedagogics shall be deferred to the Senior Year — the examina- 
tion for the remaining studies of the Junior Year to be final. 

3. That a certificate setting forth the fact of the passing of 
the Junior Course of Study shall be prepared by the Department, 
and signed by the Board, and shall entitle the holder thereof to 
admission into the Senior Class of any State Normal School of 
Pennsylvania at the beginning of any Senior year. 

Jl*^'^ Fall examinations are discontinued. 



The Courses of Study are arranged by terms for convenience 
as follows: 

ppepapatopy. 

/V/ 7Vr/;/.— Arithmetic— oral and written; English Grammar, Ge- 
ography, Reading, Penmanship, Didactics. 

JVt/ifer Term.— Mental Arithmetic, Written Arithmetic, English 
Grammar, Geography, Reading, Didactics. 

S/>ring 7>rw.— Arithmetic, Algebra, United States History, Eng- 
lish Grammar and Analysis, Penmanship, Didac- 
tics. 

Junior YeaF. 

Fa// 71t;//~- Arithmetic, beginning at Proportion; Algebra, begin- 
ning at Equations; Latin, Drawing, Reading, Di- 
dactics. 

JF/nter Tlvv//.— Algebra, Latin, Physiology, Mathematical and 
Physical Geography; Book-keeping, half-term; 
Civil Government, half-term; Didactics. 

Spn/ig Term,—Yoc'cXl Music, Drawing, Latin, English Grammar 
and Analysis, Didactics, Reviews. 



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Senior Yeat*. 

Fall Term, — Geometry, Psychology, Natural Philosophy, Rhet- 
oric, Latin, Teaching in Training School. 

Winter 2>r;;/.— Geometry, Psychology, Natural Philosophy, Liter- 
ature, Mensuration, Teaching in Training School. 

Spring 7>r;//.— Botany, Elocution, History of Education, Teach- 
ing in Training School, Reviews in all studies of 
the Course. 

Throughout the Course — Composition, Speaking and Orthography. 
M^^No student will be allowed to take more than Hyq/uII 

studies, except by special permission. 



SCIE^lTIFIC COUI^SE. 



Juniop Yeap. 

Fall Term. — University Algebra, Solid Geometry, Chemistry, 
Virgil. 

IVinter 7i?r;//.— University Algebra, Virgil, General History, Zool- 
ogy. 

Spring Tl'r///.— Trigonometry and Surveying, Astronomy, Geol- 
ogy, Cicero. 

Seniott Ycatf. 

Fall 7>r;;/.— Analytical Geometry, Natural Philosophy (Snell's 
Olmsted), Tacitus. 

Winter 7>r;;/.— Calculus, Natural Philosophy, Philosophy of Edu- 
cation. 

Spring 7>r;;/.— Calculus. Moral Philosophy, Logic, Course of 
Professional Reading, Reviews. 

SUBSTiTUTiOKS.— Greek, Frencli and Germaa may be substituted for Splierical Trigonom- 
etry. Analytical Geometry, Calculus, the Mathematical i)ait of Natural Philosophy and As- 
tronomy. 

Note.— The Scientific Course also Includes the Elementary Course. 

Classes are also formed to accommodate the wants of those who are unable to take th*? 
regular course. 



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COIiIiEGE Pf^EPAJ^flTOt^V. 



liatin. 

Latin Grammar, including Prosody — Allen and Greenough. Latin 
Prose Composition. Caesar — Four Books. Sallust — Catili- 
narian War, or Allen's Latin Selections. Cicero — Eight 
Orations. Virgil — Six Books of ^nid. Sight reading in 
Latin. 

Gfeck. 

Greek Grammar — Goodwin. Xenophon — Anabasis, Seven books 
complete. Homer's Iliad and Greek Prose Composition. 
Sight reading in Greek. 

mathenraaties and English* 

Arithmetic — Complete. Algebra — Olney's complete. Geometry 
— Wentworth. History — U. S. — History of the World, Eng- 
land, Rome, Greece — Smith's. English Grammar and Or- 
thography. 

Scienee. 

Physiology. Physical Geography. Elements of Botany. 



French and Gertnan may be substituted for Greek by those 
who wish to take the Modern Language or Latin Scientific Course 
in College. 

Students who complete I he above Course can pass the exam- 
inations, and enter any of our American colleges without condi- 
tion. We have prepared students for Yale, Williams, Cornell, 
Michigan, Lafayette, Lewisburg, and West Point, and they have 
entered these Institutions with credit. 

The College Preparatory has been instituted by this school 
chiefly for the benefit of our graduates who have the time, means 



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and ability to pursue a broader and more extended course of 
study at some of our Colleges or Universities. 

Ejtami nations. 

Candidates for graduation are first examined by the Faculty, 
and if found qualified are recommended to the State Board of 
Examiners. 

The State Superintendent, who is President of the Board, two 
Principals of Normal Schools, and two County, City or Borough 
Superintendents, constitute the Board of Examiners. 

Diplomas, 

A student,,graduating in the Elementary Course, receives a 
diploma, in which are named the branches studied, and by which 
he is constituted Bachelor of Elements; the diplomas of those 
graduating in the Scientific Course enumerate the distinctive 
branches of the course and constitute their holders Bachelors of 
Sciences. 

Regular graduates who have continued their studies for two 
years after graduating, and who have practiced their profession 
for two full annual terms* in the Common Schools of this State, 
on presenting to the Faculty and the Board of Examiners a cer- 
tificate of good moral character, and skill in the Art of Teaching, 
from the Board or Boards of Directors in whose employ they have 
taught, countersigned by the County Superintendent, may receive 
second diplomas, constituting them Masters in the several studies 
embraced in the course in which they graduated, and conferring 
upon them the corresponding professional degrees: 

Teaclier of Elementary Uidaetics. Teacher "f Scieiitiflc Didactics. 

The Normal School Law makes it the duty of the State Board 
of Examiners to grant Diplomas or State Certificates to actual 
teachers of Common Schools, without their having attended the 
Normal Schools as Students, upon the following conditions: 

I. The applicant must be twenty-one years of age, of good 



*An annual term must be at least six months. 



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moral character, and must have taught successfully during three 
consecutive terms, in Common Schools of this State. The proof 
of good moral character and of satisfactory teaching for the requi- 
site term must be a certificate from the proper Board or Boards of 
Directors, signed by the President and Secretary, and counter- 
signed by the proper County Superintendent or Superintendents. 

2. The examination may be in either the Elementally or the 
Scientific Course as the applicant may elect, according to the 
list of studies as printed in the circulars of the State Normal 
Schools, and approved by the State Superintendent ; or in such 
other studies, as may, by the Board of Examiners, be deemed, 
equivalent. 

3. Each applicant is required to prepare and present to the 
State Board of Examiners an original thesis, of not less than six 
folio pages of manuscript, on some professional subject, which 
thesis is to be retained at the school where the examination takes 
place. 

4. The examination and certificate are without expense to 
the applicant, and the certificate is full evidence of qualification 
to teach the branches therein named, in any part of the State, 
without further examination. 

5. Practical teachers, attending examinations at State Nor- 
mal Schools for the purpose of securing State Certificates, are ex- 
amined separately from the regular students ; and both the State 
Board of Examiners and the Faculty of the school at which the 
examination is held, take part in the examination all being re- 
quired to sign the certificate. 

Hi^penses, 

Tuition in all branches, including Book-keeping, Drawing, 
Penmanship, Vocal Music, and board, including fuel, oil, room- 
rent, and ordinary washing, $63.00 per term, or $189 per year. No 
extras. 

The first payment, $40.00. to be made on the first day of the 



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term ; the second payment, $23.00, to be made at the middle of 
the term. 

No deduction is made for absence for less than three weeks, 
and then only in case of sickness. 

The total expenses per year are $189. When students avail 
themselves of State Appropriation, the expenses are reduced for 
the Junior year to $168. 

For the Senior year the expenses are reduced to $118. 

Tuition, without board, including all branches above, $14.00 
per term, or $42,00 per year. The first payment, $8.00, to be made 
the first day of the term ; the second payment, $6.00, to be made 
the middle of the term. No deduction for absence of less than 
half a term. 

Gentlemen's rooms are furnished with heat, chairs, tables, 
stands, pails, bedsteads, mattresses, pillows, and one comfortable. 

Ladies' rooms are furnished with heat, carpet, couch, chairs, 
tables, and bedroom set complete, pillows and one comfortable. 
Mirror on dressing case. 

Students furnish lamps, mirrors, wash-bowls and pitchers, 
napkins, towels, pillow-slips, sheets, and one comfortable. The 
last five articles enumerated, together with all clothing, should be 
distinctly marked with full name. 

For two days at the opening and two days at the close of each 
term students' baggage is carried to and from the railway station 
free of charsfe. 

All baggage should be distinctly marked with the name of 
the owner, and ''State Normal School," to insure its being 
brought to the Normal buildings. Whenever baggage is to be 
taken to the station, it should be marked with the name and des- 
tination of the owner. 

Produce, limited by the wants of the Institution, will be taken 
in payment for board, whenever patrons prefer to make payments 
in this way. 

All text books in the Elementary Cours: are rented to students. 



STATE NORMAL SCHOOL^FIFTH DISTRICT. Zi 

All students, except those living with parents, or guardians? 
are required to board in the Institution, unless specially excused 
by the Trustees. 

All bills must be settled with the Treasurer. 

State flpppoppiations. 

By an Act of the Legislature, the following appropriations 
are made by the State to Normal Students and Normal Graduates: 

1. Each student over 17 years of age, who shall sign a paper 
declaring his intention to teach in the Common Schools of the 
State, shall receive Fifty Cents per week. 

2. Each student who, upon graduating, shall sign an agree- 
ment to teach in the Common Schools of the State two full school 
years, shall receive the sum of Fifty Dollars. 

3. Any student to secure these benefits, must attend the 
school at least twelve consecutive weeks. The State appropria- 
tion is to be deducted from the regular expenses of students for 
board and tuition. 

JVlisGellaneous. 

Before students are graduated they are required to write a 
thesis upon some educational subject. 

No person can be graduated from a Pennsylvania Normal 
School who has not attended the school at least one-half a school 
year. 

Applications for second diplomas must be presented to the 
Board of Examiners at the regular annual examination of the 
sciiool. 

Cabinet. 

There are now more than 6,000 specimens in the Cabinet. 



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The Foster collection of minerals, of over 2,500 specimens. The 
Smithsonian collection. The Conchological collection. The Eys- 
ter and Fradenburg collections, all of which afford students good 
facilities for scientific inv^estigation. 

Apparatus. 

The Philosophical and Chemical apparatus is sufficient to 
afford students the opportunity to perform most of the experi- 
ments necessary to develop the principles of sciences pursued. 

flopmal Iiitepapy and Athenaean Societies. 

These are literary societies composed of the students of the 
Normal Sclii^oL They have small but select libraries. Literary 
exercises are held weekly. Both societies join in sustaining a 
popular lecture course each year. 

Both societies are in a flourishing condition, and have each 
beautiful and well-furnished rooms. 

AttFaetions of Oup Toujn, 



It is conceded by all who are acquainted with Mansfield, that 
it is one of the most moral and cultured towns in Pennsylvania. 
The citizens are noted for their sobriety, intelligence and enter- 
prise. 

There is not a town in the State where the young are less ex- 
posed to the influences of vice and immorality than here. 

By special Act of the Legislature no intoxicating liquors can 
be sold, or billiard tables kept, within a radius of two miles of this 
Institution. 

The healthfulness of the place is excellent, and the scenery and 
beauty of surroundings unsurpassed. 



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These are desirable features and will be a great inducement 
for parents to send theirchildren to Mansfield State Normal School, 
where their moral and intellectual wants will be equally well 

cared for. 

Te^^t Books. 

Lists of Text Books used during the course will be furnished 

on application to the Principal. 

GoVet^nmcnt. 

The Government of the School is based upon the principle : 
"Do right because it is right." The positive regulations adopted 
are based upon the following principles : 

First. — -No student should be allowed to trespass upon the rights 
and pri-vi leges of another. 

Second. — Privileges that all eannot enjoy should be granted to none. 

Religious Privileges. 

The churches of Mansfield are Methodist, Baptist, Episcopal, 
Universalist and Presbyterian. Sunday morning Bible Class, and 
Sunday and Wednesday evening prayer meetings are held in the 
Chapel of the Institution. 

lioeation. 

Mansfield is a beautiful village of about 2,500 inhabitants, sit- 
uated on the Tioga division of the Erie Railroad, thirty-five 
miles from Elmira, N. Y., and ten miles from Blossburg, and on the 
Troy and Wellsboro stage line, sixteen miles from Troy and 
twelve from Wellsboro. Students coming via the Northern Cen- 
tral Railroad, take stage from either Roaring Branch or Troy, or 
railroad from Elmira, N. Y. Those coming by the Lehigh Valley 
Railroad, change cars at Elmira. Those coming by the Erie Rail- 
road from the West, change cars at Corning or Elmira, N. Y., and 
from the East, at Elmira. 

Buildings and pi^^tupes. 

The south building is of brick, one hundred and fifty feet in 
length by fifty feet in width. The north building, also of brick, 



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is situated one iiundred and fifty feet North, and the same distance 
East, of the South building. It is one hundred and fifty feet in 
length and four stories in height. The rooms, for students, are 
large, with extra height of ceiling. The buildings, groimds and 
furniture cost over two hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars. 
The boarding hall, which is in the North building, is so arranged 
that students are grouped in families of ten at the tables, pupils 
of both sexes being seated around each table. The grouping is 
made with distinct reference to the cultivation of social habits and 
rules of good society. 

Aluinni ficill. 
There is, midway between the two structures, a building fifty- 
four by one hundred and seventeen feet, three stories high, which 
contains Model School Rooms, Recitation Rooms and a capacious 
Chapel, one hundred and eight by fifty-four feet. This building 
was completed in the summer of 1886, at a cost of $25,000. It is 
well equipped with all modern improvements. 

Gymnasium. 

This building is a large and imposing structure. It contains 
the large drill hall fifty by one hundred feet, and four rooms ad- 
joining^ — one for Library and Reading Room, one for Military 
Company, one for the Cabinet Specimens and one for Ladies' 
Reading Room. Here our students receive physical training. 
The ladies are drilled in light gymnastics, during the winter 
months, when the inclemency of the weather will not permit them 
to take [that daily recreation, out of doors, which they so much 
need. The gentlemen receive instruction in military discipline 
and tactics. Regular drills are held weekly. 

Applications for Teachers. 

Principals of Academies, Seminaries, and Directors of Com- 
mon Schools will, whenever practicable, be furnished with good 
teachers, upon application at this Institution ; but officers must 
not suppose that all persons who attend a Normal School three to 
six months, are thereby made good teachers. 



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The Kii^cl of Students We Want, 

It is the determination to make tiiis Institution a place where 
students are taua^ht correct moral principles, and where thorough- 
ness and steady progress are prominent features. Therefore we 
desire students only who come to us with the following definite 
purposes: 

First. — To make school studies their chief business. 

Second. — To give their whole time aud energy^ during study hours, 
to school toork. 

Third. — To cultivate a teachable spirit and cheerfully acquiesce in all 
the regulations and requirements of the school. 

The l^ind of Students We do not Want. 

Yiv.'^i:, — Those ndio come here to spend their money and idle away 
their time. 

Skco^I}.^ Those who have ^fast'' habits and who come here simply 
because they cannot bear the restraints of home. 

TwiKD,^ Those who are nnwilling to practice the self-denial neces- 
sary for their own improvement^ and for the general good of the school. 
General Remarks. 

If those desiring to enter the school are not prepared to make 
any sacrifices to make study the first and only aim while here, to 
work diligently and faithfully, to be honest in all things, they 
should go anywhere but to a Normal School 

The Normal School is intended to be a self-governing institu- 
tion. The persons to whom it offers decided advantages, must of 
necessity be those who will understand what is requisite, in order 
that the largest return may be received by them for their outlay 
of time and money. If any, through inadvertancy, give evidence 
that they have mistaken their calling in this respect there will be 
no hesitancy in granting them a perpetual furlough. 

Parents and guardians are earnestly reminded that under the 
most favorable circumstances students who board out of the build- 
ing cannot make as satisfactory progress as those who are under 
the immediate supervision of the school authorities. 



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STATE NORMAL SCHOOL— FIFTH DISTRICT. 



Tt^MIflirlG SCHOOlJ. 



The Training School consists of pupils from six to ten years 
of age. The school is divided into eleven grades of from ten to 
twenty pupils in each grade. 

The design of the Training School is to give our students an 
opportunity to put into practice the theory and methods of in- 
struction received in the course of professional work. 

Students do their teaching under the constant direction of 
the principal of the Training Department, and a single term of 
such practice will do more for a student-teacher than years of 
school-room work without advice and criticism. 

The student-teacher is given a class, which he holds a period 
of a few weeks in one branch, and thus in the twenty-one weeks, 
by a change of programme, he is enabled to have advice in teach- 
ing in the different grades, all the common school studies. 

Once each week the class meet to hear criticisms on the work 
of the teachers, that all may profit thereby. 

The methods, the l^inguage, power of securing and holding 
attention, discipline, manner, teaching power, are noted and er- 
rors criticised. 

Earnest effort is made to impress the fact that a poor disci- 
plinarian cannot succeed in the school room, and every principle 
relating to discipline is seriously and carefully discussed. During 
the year there are senior class exhibitions of teaching, after which 
each student has an opportunity to make criticisms or ask advice. 

Every student is required to make a careful preparation for 
each recitation including both matter and method, and every 
Monday a plan of the week's work is handed to the Principal for 
examination and correction. 



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The following are plans selected from those handed in during 
the year. 

Geogttaphy^«HuPopc--^Genet»al, 



MR. 

Subject Matter. 
1. Kevlew of physi- 
cal features- 
plain 8,— moun- 
tains and valleys. 



2. Map drawing. 



1. Climate and veg- 
etation. 



2. Races. 



1. Review of posi- 
tion, size, extent 
and outline o f 
Europe. 

2. Outlines of sub- 
jects. 



MONDAY. 

Method* 

1. Have an oral review; draw from pupils the dis- 
tinction between physical and political divisions by 
questioning them as to the author of division; If na- 
ture, physical; if man, political. 

Employ topical plan of recitation. 

2. Complete the map of Europe. Proceed from 
place of leaving off at last recitation. Insert moun- 
tain^ and locate the plains and valleys taught. 

TUESDAY. 

1. Bequire pupils to recite topically; lead them to 
see cause of climate of different portions of country, 
including exceptions to general law of climate. Draw 
from pupils the dependence of vegetation upon cli- 
mate and the dependence of animal life upon vege- 
tation. 

2. Have pupils form the classification following: 

f French, 

1. CE.Trc. j ^^^ ■ 3. 

[Belgians. 
^ Knglish, 

2. GERMANIC. . G~«. 

Dutch. 



Gr^co- /Italians, 
Roman. \ Greeks. 



4. SLAVIC, {i-^^-. 



WEDNESDAY. 

1. Require pupils to give accurate, full, complete 
answers to questions upon topics as given under 
"Subject Matter," and establish a thorough knowl- 
edge concerning them. 

2. Teacher to write outlines of subjects upon 
board, drawing from pupils, as far as possible, all 
points under each topic, and require pupils to copy, 
commit and reproduce upon board. 



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1. Review of sur- 
face, by outlines. 



Classification of 
Rivers. 



1. Examination. 



MR. 

Subject Matter. 

1. Reading a e 1 e c- 

• tion on page 136, 

paragraplis 3, 4. 



2. Sounds of b & d. 



a Vocal sounds. 



THURSDAY, 

I. Have pupils make and commit the following 
outline: 

SURFACE. 

1. Plains.— Great northern plain, including Rus- 
sia, Northern Germany, Holland and Denmark. 

2. Highland Regions. -a. Main Axis, 1. Al- 
pine system. 2. Pyrenean system. 3. Apenine 
mountains. 4. Balkan mountain?:, b. Secondary 
Highlands. 1. Carpathian mountains. 2. Hudetic 
mountains. 3. Erzgebirge mountains. 

- II. Have pupils classify as, follows: 

Rivers of Europe. 1. Rivers of the Mountain 
Regions,— B'dimbe, Rhine, Rhome, Po. 2. Rivers 
of the Great Plain,— Yo\^^d, Dnieper, Don. 

FRIDAY. 

1. Examination on work of week. Papers taken 
and corrected. 

MONDAY. 

Method, 

1. Divide the class into two di virions. Study les- 
sons by divisions. Pronounce words alternately. 
Write the difficult words upon the board and have 
pupils pronounce these until learned j Draw from 
pupils the meaning of the.se words. After pupils 
have looked the paragi-aph over carefully, have them 
give, in their own language, the ideas contained in 
the lesson, Haye the pupils read, giving particular 
attention to distinct enunciation and cultivation of 
unem harassed tones. 

2. Pronounce words of the lesson containing 
sounds of b and d. 

3. Short drill on vocal sounds. 



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1. Brief review. 
Reading selection 
on page 126, para- 
graphs 5, 6. 



2. Sounds of g & j. 



1. Brief review. 
Reading selection 
on page Vi7, par- 
agraph 7. 



2. Sounds of p & t. 



1. Review. Selec- 
tion on page 127, 
paragraphs 8, 9. 



2. Sounds of m & n. 

3. Review. 

2. Advance lesson. 

8. Vocal sounds. 



TUESDAY. 

1. Read the lesson read yesterday. Pronounce the 
difficult words in to-day's lesson, first individually, 
then in concert and vice versa. Dwell upon the pro- 
nunciation of these words until thoroughly mastered. 
Study lesson silently. GaU for meaning of words. 
Have pupils read, giving attention to position and 
enunciation. 

2. Pronounce words of the lesson containing 
sounds of g and j. Give sounds in concert. 

AVEDNESDAY. 

1. Read yesterdny's lesson in concert. Have to- 
day's lesson looked over. Call on pupils to indicate 
words they cannot pronounce. Write these words 
upon the board. Pupils pronounce until perfectly 
familiar with them. Pronounce the same words 
from the book. Study lesson. When pupils com- 
preliend the thought expressed in paragraph, have it 
read with special attention to natural expression. 

2. Drill on sounds of p and tas used in words of 
the lesson: 

THURSDAY. 

1. Bead the lesson studied this week. Study lesson 
carefully with pupils by having them pronounce the 
diflftcuit words. Have all new words written upon 
the board. Teach their meaning as used in the se- 
lection. Have pupils give sentences using these 
words. Have the lesson read. CM the attention of 
the class to the reading of the best readers. 

2. Drill on sounds of ni and n. 

FRIDAY. 

1. Read the lesson studied during week. Call on 
pupils to tell the story read ill their own language. 

2 Study a paragraph containing several short 
sentences. Have pupils read a sentence and then re- 
peat it without reference to the book until they ac- 
quire a natural, easy tone. 

3. Concert drill on vocal sou rids. 



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lilST OF PUPlliS. 



Adams, Raymond 
Cogswell, Edna 
Cook, Dee 
Elliott, Beatrice 
Gaige, Leland 



Baynes, Howard 
Barnes, Fred 
Beach, Howard 
Cook, Earl 
Comfort, Charles 
Elliott, Harry 



Barton, Belle 
Bailey, Paul 
Beach, Harry 
Cook, Herbert 
Cloos, Horace 
Clbos, Harvey 



Bailey, Mart 
Beach, Ada 
Bodine, Mattie 
Campbell, John 
Clark, Fordyce 
Comfort, Burt 



First Grade. 

Goodrich, Edna 
Gay lord, Ross 
Johnson, Vera 
Passmore, Asaph 
Smith, Bessie 

Second Grade. 

Faulkner, Louie 
Gaylord, Lee 
Gillett, Fred 
HerrinRton, Floyd 
Kings ley, Maud 
Keltz, Edith 



Sanders, Dora 
Umphrey, Callie 
Voorhees, Edith 
Wright, Mabel 



Shattuck, Jessie 
Sanders, Winnie 
Shaw, Edna 
Voorhees, Ed 
Waters, Stella 
Welch, Leland 



Tnlrd and Fourth Grades. 



Curtis, Mamie 
Dailjey. Rose 
Jackson, Daisy 
Lawrence, Hattie 
Matthews, Lulu 
Passmore, George 

Fifth and Sixth Grades. 

Campbell, OIlie 
Cook, Herbert 
Curtis, Hattie 
DeVoe, Bessie 
Decker, Fred 
Gillett, Lena 



Passmore, Lizzie 
Shipman, Helen 
Wetmore, Bertie.- 
Wilson, Maud 
Wilson, Emily 
Gibbs, Rose 



Goodrich, Nellie 
Hauber, Giles 
Wilson, Edith 
Wilson, Blanche 
Welch, Sidney 



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Seyenth and Elglith Grades. 



Barton, Ina 
Blakesley, Mamie 
Brown, Miriaui 
Comfort, Willie 
Doane, Josie 
Fitzpatrick, Jennie 
Goodall, Maurice 



Bailey, Harry 
Blakesley, Georgie 
Cloos, Mamie 
Castle, Hugh 
Goodall, Maurice 
Goodricli, Bertlia 



Adams, Will 
Baynes, Arthur 
Baynes, John 
Blakesley, Nellie 
Cobb, Lottie 



Howe, Fannie 
Howe, Chas. 
Hall, Hattie 
Jackson, Olen 
Newell, Leon 
Passmore, Prudence 
Satterlee, Hiram 

IN^lnth Grades, 

Howe, Bert 
Mann, Artie 
Mann, Frances 
Rockwell, Vern 
Rozell, Willie 
Rice, Kittie 

Eleyenth Grade. 

Fitzpatrick, Anna 
Goodall, Edith 
Hauber, Mary 
Howe, Van 
Johnson, Mort 



Stratton, Mabel 
Voorhees, I;ee 
Voorhees, Stella 
Wilson, Forie 
Wheeler, Hattie 



Shaw, Mabel 
Sbepard, Ella 
Sweet, Nellie 
Welch, Dee 

Webster, Ellen 



Passmore, Fred 
Petersen, Harry 
Rice, Lute 
Bhaw, Nellie 



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DEPAf^TJVEErlT OF JWUSIC. 



H. E. COGSWELL, Director. 

It is with pride that we call attention to tlie Music Depart- 
ment, which, under th^ able direction of Prof. H. E. Cogswell,, 
forms a very important part of our school. This department has 
grown to such proportions as to require assistant teachers in both 
vocal and instrumental music. New pianos and extra rooms for 
practice are added each year. The advantages afforded by way 
of excellent instrhction, ample accommodation, and reasonable 
expense, makes the Mansfield " Normal School of Music " com- 
pare very favorably with the best conservatories of the country. 
The number of music students has largely increased during the 
past year, and many names are already entered for the coming 
year. The pianos used are new and kept in perfect order. All 
music students will be required to play at recitals and public en- 
tertainments during the year, thus becoming accustomed to play- 
ing or singing before others. Students, will also have the privi- 
lege of attending concerts, lectures, etc., during the year. The 
entire work of the music of the school will be under the super- 
vision of Prof. Cogswell, whose wide-spread reputation as an able 
instructor, is a sufficient guarantee of the success of this depart- 
ment. 

An Exeellcnt Opportunity 

will be afforded those vrho desire to acquire a practical knowledge 
of the methods of teaching vocal music in public schools, singing 
schools, etc. Prof. Cogswell will give class lessons twice a week 
to the Normal students in methods of teaching, and experimental 
lessons will be given by the students to the children of the Train- 
ing School. There is a growing demand for teachers who can 
teach vocal music. This will prepare teachers to do this work 
and thereby enable them to secure better positions and more pay. 



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l^ates of Tuition. 

Per term of fourteen weeks, payable in advance: 
PianOj two lessons a week, - - - - - $16.00 

PianOj one lesson a week, - - - - ^ - 10.00 

Voice, one lesson a week, _ _ _ ^ _ 10.00 

Violin, Cornet, Etc., one lesson a week, _ > _ 10.00 

Harmony in classes, one lesson a week, - _ _ - 3.00 

Chorus singing and sight reading in classes, - - 2.00 

Use of Piano, (two periods a day), ----- 3.00 
Students who desire to practice more than two periods a day 
will be charged one dollar for each extra period. 

I^egulations. 

Visiting rooms during practice hours will not be permitted. 

All music furnished students will be charged to their account. 

No deduction will be made for tepnporary absence from les- 
sons. Those who are withdrawn from the school before the close 
of the term, unless compelled to leave on account of sickness, 
will be charged the full amount of tuition ipr the the term of four- 
teen weeks. 

Those who complete the required course of study in any 
branch, will be awarded a diploma in which will be named the 
studies completed, and by which they will be constituted grad- 
uates, and will be entitled to receive the degree of "Bachelor of 
Music." 

Course of Study for Piano. 

FIRST AND SECOND GRADES. 

Elements of music, simple exercises, "Mason's Touch and 
Technic," easy pieces by best composers. 

THIRD AND FOURTH GRADES. 

Scales, Arpeggios, embellishments, "Art of Phrasing," Etudes, 
pieces for four hands, several pieces thoroughly learned. 

FIFTH GRADE. 

This grade embraces studies and compositions by Bach,Cho- 



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STATE NORMAL SCHOOL— FIFTH DISTRICT. 



pin, Mendelssohn, Beethoven, Schumann, Liszt, and many other 
well-known composers, together with theory of teaching and ele- 
mentary Harmony and thorough Bass. 

Students will be required to memorize several pieces, play at 
recitals, etc. 

School for the Voice. 

Great pains will be taken with pupils in this department, to 
enable them to acquire perfect control of all the vocal organs, 
to produce pure vowels and a distinct enunciation^ clearness and 
distinction of articulation. 

Prof. Cogswell is a vocal teacher of no little reputation. 
Having studied with several eminent teachers of voice, and the 
fact of having been so successful a teacher a number of years, is 
a. sufficient guarantee of his ability. 

School fop the Violin, Coirnet Etc. 

To learn to play any instrument well requires much patience 
and hard study, and the untiring efforts of the teacher to correct 
all faults of the pupil, should be received with appreciation. No 
better opportunity is afforded anywhere for the study of all or- 
chestral and band instruments, and the fact of there being a com- 
plete orchestra and band connected with the music department, 
whereby students can enjoy the privilege of ensemble playing, is 
of itself of great benefit to any one who desires a practical 
knowledge of this branch of musical education. 



IWlUSIC STUDENTS. 



Allis, Lizzie May, 
Beamish, Mamie F., 
Bodler, Annn, 
i^ennett, K. Louise, 



Mansfield 
:Bcranton 
German i a 
Covington 



Bailey, Vivian, San Francisco, Cal. 
Blaksley, Nellie, MaiMifiekl 



Bailey, Sadie V,. 
Carr, Nellie, 
Cuinmings, Ida, 
Cole, May, 



Mansfield 

Frompton 

Mansfield 

1 ioi^a 



Cruttenden, Grace, East Charleston 
Cook, Otis B., Rutland 



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Connelly, Gertrude, Mai nes burg 
Clark, Hartwell, New York City 
Cogswell, Minnie, West Auburn 
DeVoe, Bessie, Mansfield 

Delamater, May R., Costello 

-Klliott, Jessie G., Denver, Col. 

Erway, Grace E., Niles Valley 

Estabrook, Mame, Manchester, Vt. 
Faulkner, Carrie, Waverly, N. Y, 
Fulkerson, Kate, Smiths Ml Us 

Garrahan, Fannie, Wilkes-Barre 
Gaige, Flora, Jackson Summit 

Goodspeed, Julia, West Covington 
Hoffman, Edith, Wilkes-Barre 



Maine, Tillie, 
Moody, Nono, 
Morgan, Ada, 
Malia, Lizzie, 
Miles, Sara, 
Morgan, E. W., 
O'Connor, Lura, 
Paine, Katharine, 
Potter, Fave, 
Reynolds, Walter, 
Ramsdell, Ida, 
Ramsdell, W. D., 
Ramsdell, Lee, 



Hoard, Reed, 
Hazelett, Nell, 
Horning, Ida, 
Husted, Ray, 
Howe, Frank, 
Hunt, F. B , 



Mansfield 

Tioga 

Antrim 

Mansfield 

Mansfield 

Square Top 



Heermans, Electa, Jackson Summit 



Homet, Frank, 
James, Luna, 
Jones, Burr, 
Jennings, Jennie, 
Johnson, B. M,, 
Kinsey, Kate, 
Kiesel, Anna, 
Kingsley, Lepha 
Langley, Gertrude. 
Lee, Anna, 
Lawrence, Joeephine, 



Mainesburg 

Mansfield 

Sullivan 

Scranton 

Kingston 

New Milford 

Morris 

Morris 

Middlebury 

Mansfield 

Mansfield 

Mansfield 

Mansfield 



Stone, Myrtle Janette, Denver,Col. 



Montrose 
Mainesburg 

Mansfield 

Mansfield 
Honesdale 

Hoytville 
Middlebury 



Wyal using 

Wilkes-Barre 

Wausau, AVis 

Canton 

Wellsboro 

Covington 

Scranton 

Tioga 

Mansfield 

Wilkes-Barre 

Mansfield 



Smith, Grace L , 

Strong, Phoebe, 

Smith, Melvin, 

Strait, B. V., 

Smith, Mrs. Jennie, 

Straughn, Belle, 

Stevens, Grace, 

Smith. Cora B., Bingham ton, N.Y. 

Shaw, B. F., Lamb's Creek 

Tobey, Mellie, Millerton 

Thomas, Jennie E , Mansfield 

Thomas, Grace Vernon, Mansfield 

Thompson, Mrs. Helen 

Vaughn, Winnefred, 

Van Ness, Emma, 

Welling, Anna, 

Warren, Jennie, 

Warner, Eva, 



, Mansfield 

Morris 

Covert 

Adair, 111. 

Mansfield 

Mainesburg 



JVLEIVIBEI^S OF CHOlRflli SOCIHTV. 



Avery, Mrs. A. H. 
Bentley, Louise 
Barton, Lulu 
Barton, Ina 



LAlilES. 

Bailey, Nina 
Ballard, May 
Bay nes, Agnes 
Blackmer, Waitie 



Ballard, Myrtle 
Cooper, Mrs. Mary 
Crossley, Mary 
Cogswell, Dora 



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STATE NORMAL SCHOOL— FIFTH DISTlilCT. 



Cogswell, Minnie 
Can% Nellie 
Doty, Sophia 
DeVoe, Bessie 
Elliott, Jessie G. 
Faulkner, Mary 
Gaige, Flora 
Holden, Carrie 

Allen, Will 
Briggs, E. R. 
Cooper, Rev. F. H. 
Clark, Frank 
Elliott, W. V. 



Johnsofi, Jennie 
Keppel. Mrs David 
King, Edna 
Kelley, Loreiia 
Loucks, Maude 
Moore, Nellie 
Osgood, M.yra 
O'Neil, Lizzie 

GENTT^EMKX. 

Hughes, Daniel 
Johnson, Burt 
Keppel, Rev. David 
Leonard, S. S. 
Nickerson, J. D. 



Pitts, Anna 
Petti grew, Maggie 
Richmond, Flora 
Richmond, Nellie 
Sherwood, Mattie 
Thompson, Mrs. Helen 
Will helm, Jennie 
Welsh, Delia 

Opp, Frank 
Shepard, M. H. 
Sears, W. E. 
Shaw, John 
Rogers, Chas. R. 



Instrumetnation of Band. 



Piccolo, 


E. A. Cruttenden 


Second alto, 


Fred Keppel 


E flat clarinet. 


Salmon Sweet 


Third *' 


R. M, Whitcomb 


First Bttatclai 


inet, E. A. Spencer 


First trombone, 


Lee Ramsdell 


1 1 a i 


J. E. Farrer 


Second ** 


E. S. Wilson 


Second '' 


E. L. Burton 


Bass 


Burt PJUiott 


U (i i 


M. R. Goodall 


Baritone, 


Fred Graves 


Third ^' 


CUrence Kohler 


E. flat bass, 


W. L. Culver 


E flat cornet, 


G. B- Shailer 


(I a 


Wm. Ide 


FirsL B flatcorr 


let, B.V. Strait 


a tl 


Mort Pitts 


Second '' 


W. D. Ramsdell 


Side drum, 


Hart well Clark 


Third *' 


Melvin Smith 


Bass drum, 


O. Osborne 


First alto, 


W. D. Slingerland 


Cymbals, 


Linn Hall 




Instrumentation of OpchestPa. | 


First violin 


Melvin Smith 


Bass, 


Fred Graves 


4( li 


Burt Elliott 


'' 


W. L. Culver 


tl il 


B. V. Strait 


Flute, 


E. A. Crutteuden 


it a 


Reed Hoard 


Clarinet, 


E. A. Spencer 


Second '• 


D. C. Hughes 


Cornet, 


F H Losey 


(( (( 


W. D. Ramsdell 


Trombone, 


Lee Ramsdell 


t( u 


B. F. Shaw 


Piano, 


Walter Reynolds 


Cello, 


A. C. Ireton 


Drums, 


Hartwell Clark 




FREE SCHOI.AI1SHIF FOR ONE YEAR. | 




1890-1: Walter Reynolds, Mansnekl. 




B^^HERE AFTER THE 


FREE SCHOLARSHIP WILL BE DISCONTINUKD. 





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flf^T DEPflt^TmEriT. 



Dfauiing and Painting. 

Instruction in Elementary Drawing is given to all members 
of the school The course begins with the study of the simpler 
geometric solids, their analysis and details. Practice in clay 
modeling is given, the object to be attained and the method of 
conducting the recitation discussed by the class. Methods of 
teaching the geometric plane figures by the use of paper and 
sticks are presented, and model lessons practiced by the students. 
Paper cutting in its relation to primary drawing is explained and 
practiced. 

Throughout the course students are required to draw on the 
blackboard as well as on paper, to better fit them for their work 
as teachers. 

Some practice is given in the use of the simpler mathemat- 
ical instruments, in geometrical constructions, drawling to scale? 
and the mechanical law^s of perspective. Model drawing in free- 
hand perspective, and many principles of light and shade are also 
taught in the regular course. 

For those desiring a more thorough knowdedge of Drawing 
and Painting, an extended course of instruction is provided, in- 
cluding : 

Model and Object Drawing in Charcoal and Craycn. 

Drawing from Still Life. 

Sketching from Nature in Pencil and Crayon. 

Painting from Life. 

Flower Painting. 

Landscape Painting. 
Class lessons, to be given in classes of four or five, tw^o lessons 

each week during school term, or twenty-eight lessons. 
Private instruction may be obtained in crayon portraiture. 



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lilST OF STUDEJ^TS. 



Bailey, Sadie V. 
Lawreuce, Lulu 



Carley, Carrie 
James, Luna 
Welch, Bertha 



Portraiture, 

Flower, Kdith 
Morton, Uuy 

Drawine:. 

Cummings, Ida 
Keppel, Fred 
Williams, Anna 



Goodall, Stella 



Dai ley, Lottie 
Payne, Kate 
Wiuans, Clara 



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mmiTAHV Dt^iiiii. 



A Military Company has been organized for the purpose of 
giA^ing students who desire such instruction a course in MiUtary 
Discipline and Tactics. Regular drills are held semi-weekly. 

Beliving such a drill to be of great benefit to young men, 
and particularly to those who are preparing to teach, students are 
urged to become members of this organization. The uniform 
adopted is neat and well-made, and makes an excellent school- 
room suit. These are furnished at manufacturers' prices. Gen- 
tlemen intending to attend this school, and who find it necessary 
to economize in clothing, are advised to consider this carefully 
.before furnishing themselves with a complete outfit. 

(Tlenabers. 



Ashley, W. W. 
Austin, Leroy 
Baldwin, Burt 
Bern luer, M. J. 
Buchanan, Robert 
Brennan, J. E. 
Bailey, D. H. 
Champney, L. 
Curran, Samuel 
Davis, D. C. 
DeVaney, Jarjies J. 
Dorset t, Ernest 
Dunsmore, J. A. 
Dallman, Walter H. 



French, Charles R. 
Goodspeed, Lyman 
Hadtner, A. J. 
Harrer, A. T. 
Howell, Will 
Huntington, E. 
Jones, Burr 
Kelley, Mark 
Kemp. H M. 
Keppel, Fred 
Kingsley, C. L. 
Leahy, James 
McOlurg, Kenneth 
McDonald, J. W. 

Iiine Offieeps, 



Morgan, E. W. 
Morse, W. D. 
McCormick, Frank 
Pareell, G. A. 
Pratt, Frank 
Peck, Welland 
Reynolds, Harry A. 
Reese, Amos 
Strange, J. M. 
Spencer, F. G. 
Van Gorder, Frank 
Voorhees, Jessie 
Webster, Sylvester 
Wood, Dan. L. 



Captain—W. R. Longstreet. Second Lieutenatit—Fvsink Hartley. 

First Lieutenant— Hsirry B. Marvin. 



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STATE NORMAL SCHOOL— FIFTH DISTRICT. 



l^on^Commissioned Offieeps, 



First Sergecmt—Y. B. Hunt. 
Second Sergecmt—JsLmes R. Bull. 
Third ^er^ean^- Frank Honiet. 
Fourth Sergewit—^^YWfKYa Hope. 



First Cor2yoral~'N, Roger K el ley. 
Second C'orjoora^— Aide n Catterson. 
Third Corporal— ¥.11. Greene. 
Fourth Corporal—^. F. Gilpin. 



Clark, Hartwell 
Cray, B. J. 
Cornell, F. D. 
Dunsmore, J. G. 



JVIusieians, 

Dunsmore, W. I). 
Elliott, W. V. 
Gould, W. 8. 
Johnson, Mort. 



McGrath, John 
Miller, W. L. 
Quinn, J. J. 
Bounds, H. H. 



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COIiliHGE Y. |V[. C. A: 

A branch of the College Y. M. C. A. has been in successful 

operation in this school for the past nine years. The officers of 
the Association are as follows: 

T, G. Gardner, - . _ _ President. 

Geo. M. Thomas, - - - _ Vice-President. 

Frank Hartley, - - - - Cor. Secretary. 

Mark Kelley, . _ - _ Ji^c. Secretary. 

Sylvester Webster, _ _ . _ Treasurer. 



V. W. C. fi. 

A Young Women's Christian Association has also been or- 
ganized and in successful operation for the past four years. The 
officers are as follows: 



Margaret Keeler, 
Cora Fuller, 
Lizzie Blair, 
Mattie Oakley, ' 
Nettie Davies, 



President. 
Vice-President. 
Rec. Secretary. 
Cor. Secretary, 

Treasurer. 



liECTUl^E COUl^SE. 

Held in Alumni Hall, under the auspices of the literary socie- 
ties. 

Hon. R. G Horr, Nov. 28, 1890, "Genuine vs. Sham." 
James Hedley, Dec. 19, 1890, "The Sunny Side of Life." 
C. E. Bolton, February 11, 1891, "Realistic Travels." 
Rev. R. H. Conwell, March 11, 1891, "Heroism of a Private 
Life." 

Fisk Jubilee Company, April 11, 189 1, Concert. 



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SI ATE NORMAL SCHOi )L— FIFTH DISTRICT, 



SUJVIMAP(Y. 



Post Graduates, - 

Normal Department. 

Seniors, - - 

Juniors, - 

Preparatory, - 

Training School Department, 
Music Department, - 

Art Department, - 



94 

84 

167 

117 

144 

14 



Total, 



629 



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THE AliUmflL 



OFFICEl?S. 



Presldeiit—GEORGE B. STRAIT. Vice President, CHAS. S. ROSS. 

Seeretary—MARY E. SHAW, i Treasurer, JOS. S. HOARD. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 

E. A. Criittenden, Mrs. E. W. Clark, 

Mrs. Ernnia Starkey r^iisrg. Miss Noiio Moody, Coly J. Beach. 



CJ^ASSOF '66— Elementary Course. 



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*Ames, Lizzie B, 

Bird, Brainard, O., M. B., Ilammonton, N. J. 
Bosard, J. H., Grand Forks, Dakota, lawyer. 
Brewer, Emma A., Binghamton.N. Y,. teacher. 
Briggs, Mary J., (Mrs. Frank Story.) 
Buchanan, Mattie J., Wanesbarg. Pa. 
Buttles, Frank E., Mansfield, Pa., teaclier. 
Camp,Electa(Mrs. M. L. Hall),Binghamton,N.y. 
CLASS OF '67 



Carr, Mary J., Brooklyn, N. Y., teaclier. 

Conard, Sue E., New London, Pa. 

*Dartt, Hannah, (Mrs. F. Holden.) 

Lung, Elnora,(Mr8.J.R.Bevens,)PIatteville,Wis. 

Shove, Sarah J., (Mrs. C. H. Knox,) Manson.Ia. 

Vermilyea, Adelbert R., No. 4556 Lake Avenue, 

Chicago, 111., salesman. 
^Woodruff, Sarah A. 

1 



Scientific Course. 



*Henry W. Jones. 
Elementary Course. 



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Ames, Herbert T., LL. B., Williamsport, Pa., 

lawyer, 
Baldwin, Mary E., M. D., Newport, R. I. 
Conard, Emarene, (Mrs. W. W. Powers.) New 

London. Pa. 
Conard, Marie W., New London, Pa. 
Cope, John G., Bloomshurg, Pa., teacher S.N. S. 
Davis, Amy A.,(Mrs.W,D.Taylor,)Mansfield,Pa. 
Doane, George. Elmira, N. Y., manufacturer 

and civil engineer. 
Doane, Jane C, (Mrs. A. S. Hooker,) Troy, Pa. 
*Hou8e. Julia E. 

Hughes, Mary E., Castiiie. Maine. teacher S.N.S. 
Kennedy, Marion. (Mr3.S.C.Delap,)Trlii id ad, Col. 



Knapp, Lucy M., (Mrs. L. W. Webl>,WelIsboro» 
Pa. 

Paul, Anna L., Philadelphia, Pa., teacher. 

Preston, Susan R., (Mrs. E. G. Seamands,) Ti- 
oga, Pa. 

Ralston, Ella P., Honeybrook, Pa., governess. 

Ralston, Mary A. G., Honeybrook, Pa., teacher. 

Rose, Emerson J., Mansfield, Pa., clerk Census 
Bureau, Washington, D. C. 

Steere, Charles, 27 School Street, Boston, Mass., 
lawyer, 

Wright, Frances M., M.D.(Mrs.Matthew Gault,) 
Owensdale, Pa. 

* Young, Stella, (Mrs, Harris Taljor.) 



CLASS OF "68— Elementary Course 

Alderson, Mary J., Oakland, California. teacher 

* All en, L. Melvina. 

Ames, Walter W., LL. B., Brook vllle. Pa., law 

yer. 
Billings, Eel win. Corning, N. Y., merchant. 
Climenson, Frances M. 
Darling, Alice E., (Mrs. Y. R. Pratt,) Keynolds- 

ville, Pa.. 



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Doane, Joseph C, Blossburg, Pa., teacher. 
Ellsworth, Milton W., Harrislmrg, Pa., book 

publisher. 
Gillett, Mary I., (Mrs. J. W. Stringfellow,) Kee- 

waydin. Pa. 
Greene, Benjamin W., Emporium, Fa., lawyer. 
*Heacock, Martlia. 
^Hubbard, Harriet L. 



♦Deceased. 



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Huated, RuttiB., (Mrs. Frank A. Kirch,) 566 
Superior St., Clevelantl, 0., student of 
Cleveland Homeopathic College. 

* Johnson, Ella t*". 

Kern, Sara A., (Mrs. Thomas H. Grist,) 615 Bay 
St., Chippewa Falls, Wis. 

Leonard, Austin, Troy, Pa., farmer. 

*McKay, James E. 

*Nield8, Anna. 

Pratt, Vine R., Reynoldsville, Pa., book-keeper. 

Steigerwalt, Wm. F., Carroll, Iowa, surveyor 
and farmer. 

Stone, William A., 110 Diamond St., Pittslmrg, 
Pa. , lawyer and Member of Congress. 



Stephens, Clara A., (Mrs. Benjamin Black,) 

Colorado Springs, Col. 
Tate, John H., Clermont, Pa., Supt. Buflfalo 

Coal Co. 
Tebo, Levi D., M. D., Bordentown, N. J. 
Tracy, Elouise. Chicago, 111., teacher. 
Voorhees, Fanny J., (Mrs. G. D. Spurr,) Puyal- 

lup, Wash. 
Weed, Alice T., (Mrs. George Barnes,) Trout 

Run, Pa. 
Whipple, Kate H., M. D., (Mrs. N. S. Cory,) 

Akron, Oliio. 
Young, Ezra B., Wellsboro, Pa., lawyer and 

insuran- e agent. 



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STATE CEXtTIFICATES '69— Elementary Course. 

McCord, Mary, Lewisburg, Pa., teacher. 

CLASS OF '69-Elementar.v Course. 



*Bailey, Ada L., (Mrs. L. Doumaux.) 
*Bosard, Florence H., (Mrs. W. R. Bierly.) 
Buruham, Eliza J., Melbourne, Australia, Mis- 
sionary. 
•Buttles, Permelia, (Mrs. E. P. Balch.) 
Chapin. Del win D., Harrison Valley, Fa., lum- 
berman and merchant. 
Cobb, William H., Spring Mills, N. Y., farmer 

and dealer. 
Crandall, Susan B., (Mrs. Knapp,) Stevens ville. 

Pa. 
Doane, Ellen R., (Mrs, P. A. Stevens,) Minne- 
apolis, Minn. 
*IIaines, Lizzie M. 



*Hill, Lizzie C, (Mrs. L. L. Bailey.) 

Honenbe(5k, Conrad, Lincoln, Neb., lawyer. 

Horton, Myra, (Mrs. J. C. Doane.) Blossburg, 

Lyon, Lncietta, (Mrs. George W. Belles.) West 
Auburn, Pa. 

Myer, Thomas E., Towanda, Pa., mail agent. 

Slade, Byron B., Whitesville, N. Y., merchant. 

Soper, El win, Rutland, Pa., farmer. 

Spencer, Flora L, Lake Worth, Dade Co., Fla., 
teacher. 

Stiles, Milton D., Elmira, N. Y., traveling sales- 
man. 

Vermilyea, William 11., Gaines, Pa., hotel pro- 
prietor. 



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<:L,ASS of » to— Elementary Cunrse. 



Beardslee, EmmaR., (Mrs. Charles I. Beards- 
ley,) Hoblet. Pa. 
Braine, Artemus B., Canton, Pa., dealer. 
Brewster, Eliza J., Montrose, Pa., teacher. 
Cole, Lelia S., (Mrs. F.W. Clark,) Mansfield, Pa. 
*Copeland, Marthina F., (Mrs. Wm. M. Hatch.) 
Edson, Chas. H., Elmira, N. Y., book-keeper. 
Griesmer, OwenM., Berlinsville, Pa. 
Harris, Charles E., Lanesboro, Pa., teacher. 
Lamb, Chas. E., Minneapolis, Minn., lawyer, 
Lathrop, Wilbur F., Carbondale, Pa., lawyer. 
*Merrick, Alma M., (Mrs. W. L. Bliss.) 



Merrick, Clinton V., Bradford, Pa., Supt. N. Y.. 

L. E. & W. Ry, 
Palmer, Helen M,, Mansfield, Pa. 
Reynolds, Kate, M. D., {Mrs. Dr. Stewart Lo- 

bingier,) Denver, Col. 
Reynolds, Myra, Poughkeepsle, N. Y., teacher 

English Literature Vassar College. 
Sherer, Mary, South Montrose, Pa. 
*Welch. Ahce M. 

Wells, Emily H., M. D.. Binghamton, N. Y. 
Youmans, Levi A., Gillett, Pa., telegrapher and 

station agent. 



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Baldwin, Henry L., Tioga, Pa., lawyer. 

Baldwin, Wm. W., M. D., 1 Via Polaatro, Flor- 
ence, Italy. 

*Barrett, Henry C. 

Bolles, Annie M., (Mrs. Wm. N. Judaon,) South 
Auburn. Pa. 

Brandt, Helen 0., (Mrs. W. S. Peterson,) Rapid 
City, Black Co., Dakota. 

Brewster, Fred D., M. D., 204 Wyoming Ave., 
Scranton. Pa. 

Brown, Jay F.. Cleveiand, O., county surveyor. 

Cole, Ada F., (Mrs. Rev. D. McGregor,) Stev- 
ensville. Montana. 

Edwards, Ttiomas H., Kansas City, Mo.. lawyer 
and county assessor. 

Francis, Walter R., M. D., Marion, Ind. 

^Greene, Fanny, (Mrs. E. M. Montgomeiy.) 

Hoard, Joseph H., Mansfield, Pa,, general in- 
surance. 

Hollands, Lonise J., (Mrs. Charles H. Friends,) 
Millerton, Pa. 

Howe, Lydia, (Mrs. W, W. English,) Wellaboro, 
Pa. 

Husted, Ella A., (Mrs. Homer F. Kingsley,) 
Mansfield, Pa. 



Langan, George. 

Lewis, Winfleld O., West Covington, Pa., farm- 
er. 

Lewis, Sarah L,. (Mrs. Richard Krusen,) West- 
field, Pa. 
Loomis, Helen H., (Mrs. W. R. Smiley.) 

Mather, John W, . Wellsboro, Pa. , lawyer. 

Morrison, Sarah, (Mrs. B. F. Werline,) Liberty, 
Pa. 

Morse, R. Lena, (Mrs. Rev. T. B. Butler, )Spahr 

St., East End Pittsburg, Pa. 
Scott, Lillian, (Mrs. George Trim.) 

Shappee, William A., M. D., Xenia, Ohio. 

*Shaw, Eliza J., (Mrs. Julius M. Bates.) 

Sherer, Sarah A., No. 564 Carlton Ave., Brook- 
lyn, N. Y., teacher. 

Smith, Francis M., Castile, Wyoming Co., N. Y. 
teacher. 

Smith, Samuel W., Port Allegany, Pa., lawyer. 

Stoddard, Ida M. , (Mrs. C. L. Peck,) Couders- 
port, Pa. 

* Warner, Emma L., (Mrs. F. H. Whitaker.) 

Wheeler, Benj. C, Aspen, Pitkin Co., Col. 



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Beach, Fannie M., Montrose, Pa. 
*Hill, Lizzie C, (Mrs. L. L. Bailey.) 
Hunt, EmmaR., (Mrs. Frederick Moore,) BIng- 
hamton. N. Y. 



James, EffleM., (Mrs. A. J. Dickinson,) Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. 

Vincent, Rose B., Wysox, Pa., teacher in Buf- 
falo, N. Y. 

Waldo, Stella, Passic, N. J. 



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*Amerman, AIotizo, M. D. 

*Bailey, Carrie A., (Mrs. Ben.1. C. Wheeler.) 

Cass, Marion F. , Nelson. Pa., teacher. 

Close. HattieD., (Mrs. Dr. W. A. Shappee,) 
Xena, Ohio. 

Fanning. Adelbert C, Troy, Pa., lawyer. 

Keeney, Florence A, (Mrs. F. M. Smith,) Cas- 
tile, N. Y. 



Peck, Eva, (Mrs. Wm. Spoor,) Osceola, Pa. 
Shaw, Ella L., Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 
*Simrell, Eugene W. 
Whipple, Lucy J., (Mrs. Joseph C. Barnes.) 

Mansfield, Pa. 
Whiting. Annie R., Midway, O., teacher. 
Wood, Galon, Butte City, Montana, clergyman. 



CLASS OF '73— Elementary Course. 



Baker, Burt W. , Central City, Neljraska, county 

superintendent. 
Brewster, D. Truman, Montrose, Pa., lawyer. 
Carpenter, J. Wtieaten, Scranton, Pa., lawyer 
Elliott, Olive M., Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 



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Fick, Levi J., Room 2 Whitney Opera House. 

Detroit, Mich., lawyer. 
Fuller, William, Franklin, Mass., teacher. 
Gardner, Chester B., LL. B„ Scranton, Pa. 

lawyer. 



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Gray, Florence S.. (Mrs. Wm. Lee,) Russel,Kas. 

Griffln, James O., Itliaca, N. Y., instructor in 
German at Cornell University. 

Hayes, Emma C, (Mrs. Theo. F. Williams,) 
Arnot, Pa. 

Howland, Eunice, (Mrs. C. B. Campbell.) Nel- 
son, Pa. 

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McKean, Charles B., Santa Clara, Col., mine 
agent Colorado Coal & Iron Co. 

*Ming, Jacob K. 

Satterlee, Esther E., Elmira, N. Y., teacher. 

Webster, Milburu O., Auburn, Pa., farmer. 

W^lie, Frances E., (Mrs. Watt Webb.) 723 
Troost Ave., Kansas City, Kas. 
Til strii mental Music— Ci^ASS OF '73. 



Amerman, CaiTie, Danville. 

BaKer, M. C, Elmira, N. Y. 

Babcock, Sara A. , Leonardsville. N. Y. 

*Dayton, Urania E., (Mrs. C. B. McKean.) 

Decker, Ida C. 

Everett, Alice A. 

Goodall, M. R., Canoe Camp. 

Hunt, Lottie M., Caton, N. Y. 



Kimberly, C. H. , Oriskany Falls, N. Y. 

Mid da ugh, Ella, Mansfield. 

Sherer, Hannah. (Mrs. Hannah S. Lusch.) .567 
Carlton Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Yoorhees. Rose, (Mrs. John Mills,) Minneapo- 
lis, Minn. 

♦Weaver, Alice E., (Mrs. H. C. Freck.) 

Walters, Kate, Manafleld. 



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CI^ASS OF '74— Scientific Course. 

Smith, Francis M., Castile, Wyoming Co., N. Y., Frincix)al Union School. 
E ienientary Cou rse . 



Ames, Truman, DuBois. Pa., lawyer. 
Beardslee, Seely J,, Catharine, N- Y., traveling 

salesman. 
Brown, Frankie L.. Leona, Pa., teacher. 
Cook, Estella G., (Mrs. Fred C. Leonard,) Cou- 

dersport. Pa. 
*Doane, AUce J. 
Edwards, Wm. C, Lamed, Kan., lawyer and 

real estate broker. 
Gorrie, Clarence A., Wellsbord, Pa., farmer. 
Leonard, Fred C. , Coudersport, Pa. , lawyer. 



Lewis, A. Llewellyn, New York City, printer. 

Lyon, Louise, (Mrs. J. H. Johnson,) 614 Nicollet 
Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Ryan, Wm. W., Shamokin, Pa., lawyer. 

Sackrider, Daniel, Randolph, N. Y., lawyer. 

Spencer.Elwin A. .Mansfleld, Pa.. Steward S.N.S. 

Stull, Nancy M., Elkland, Pa., teacher. 

Webster, Eugene E., M. D., Woodhull, N. Y. 

Woodruff. Dora N., (Mrs. O. D. (Toodrich,) El- 
mira, N. Y. 

Wright, Samuel S., Great Bend, Pa. .insurance. 



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Alien, Fred M.. Williamsport, Pa., President 
Commercial College. 

Baldwin, Kate W.. M. D., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Brewster, Flora A., M. D., Baltimore, Md. 

Demorest, M. Aima, (Mrs. A. D. Park,) Waver- 
ly, N. Y. 

Elliott, Addie M., (Mrs. Chas. T. Lum,) Towan- 
da, Pa. 

Elliott, John F., M. D.. Idaho Springs, Col. 

Furman, DewittC, Duke Center. Pa., teacher. 

*Guernsey, Ella A. 

Hall, Laura Z., (Mrs. W. A. McFarland.) Mans- 
field, Pa. 

Hand, Aaron W., 579 E. 25th St., Paterson, 
N. J., clergyman. 

Hartley, Julia E.. (Mrs. Dr. Fred G. Elliott,)! 
Mansfleld. Pa. 1 



CLASS OF '75— Elementary Course. 



Hilhs. Susie, (Mrs. C. F. Dayton,) Towanda, Pa. 

Hooker, Ida E., (Mrs.A.Bauman,) Elmhurst, III. 

Horton, Mary A., Lawrenceville, Pa., teacher. 

Hulslander, Winfield S., LL B., 134 Washing- 
ton Ave., Scranton, Pa., lawyer. 

♦Kennedy, George. 

Litrle, Jesse P., Laporte, Pa., lawyer. 

Marcy, Milton S. , M. D. , Aimesville, III. 

MeCulloch, Samuel J., Kansas City, Mo., law- 
yer. 

*Osthaus, Arthur C. 

Pattlson, Emily M., (Mrs. Adolph N. Williams,) 
Fall Brook, Pa. 

Pitts, David L., Nelson, Pa., Clergyman. 

Ribble. Emma, (Mrs. Barnes,) 585 Superior St., 
Toledo, O. 



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Rtiwe, EUaE., (Mrs. A. 8. Carver,) Breckin- 
ridge, Texas. 

Shove, Fannie H., (Mrs. F. E. Watrous,) M'ells- 
boro, Pa. 

Smith, R. Belle, M. D.(Mrs. Dr. Chas. A. Beach,) 
Waverly, N. Y. 

Tewksbury, A. L., Binghamton, N. Y., teacher. 



Vought, Emma C, (Mrs. F. M. Rifenbarg.) 
Rome, Pa. 

Whitman, Myron L., Farmington Hill, Pa., 
farmer. 

Wilcox, Naoma S., (Mrs. M. (A Preston.) Can- 
ton, Pa. 

Williammee, Orson, Hoytville, Pa., farmer. 



CI- ASS OF '76-Eleinentary Course. 



Barney, Delwin C, West Union, N. Y., lumber- 
man. 

Beach, Charles A., M. D., Waverly, N. Y, 

Beach. Joseph H., Ehnira, N. Y., insurance. 

Case, Carrie E., (Mrs. A. D. Howe.) Whitesville, 
N. Y. , teacher. 

Clark, Sarah F,, Athens, Pa., teacher. 

Congdon, Charles H., teacher. 

Crawford, Lou J., (Mrs. Byron A. Havens,) Se- 
attle, Washington. 

Doane, Allen A.. Leona, Pa. 

Farrer, Jennie E., (Mrs. A. H. Avery,) Mans- 
field, Pa. 

Goodrich, Mary D., (Mrs. William Reynolds,} 
Elmira, N. Y. 

Ingham. Frederick W., Watkins, N. Y., mer- 
chant. 



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Kennedy, Stephen H., Waukegan, 111,, lawyer, 
insurance and real estate. 

Kimball, Frank P., Honesdale, Pa., lawyer and 
state representative. 

Mills, John, 416 Guaranty Loan Building, Min- 
neapolis, Minn., civil engineer. 

Parks, Emma E., Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 

Ross, Chas. S., Mansfield, Pa., banker. 

Scouten, John G., DusUore, Pa., lawyer. 

Simmons, Laura L., (Mrs. Myron L. Whitman.) 
Farmington Hill, Pa. 

Stephens, William M., Williamsport, Pa., law- 
yer. 

*Wilcox, Daniel L. 

*WilGox, Henry T., M. D. 



CLASS OF '77— Scientific Course. 



Coyle, Mannie, (Mrs. W. S. Hulslander,)Cliurch 
Ave., Corner Oak St., Scranton, Pa. 

Little, Jesse P., Laporie, Pa., county superin- 
tendent. 

Elementary Course. 



Hulslander, WMnfield S., LL, B., office No. 

Washington Ave., Scranton, Pa. 
Doane, Joseph C, Blossburg, Pa., teacher. 



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liailey. Ransom W„ Elkland, Pa., foundryman. 

* Baker, Albert II., M. D. 

Baldwin, Daniel W., Westfield, Pa., lawyer. 

Bird, Albert A., A. M., Houtzdale, Pa., clergy- 
man. 

Brown, Fremont M., Reynoldsville, Pa., civil 
engineer. 

Buckbee, Anna, Ilarrisburg, Pa., teacher. 

Bullock, Lelia M., (Mrs. Geo. W Coveney,) 
Mardin, Pa. 

Coyle, Mannie, (Mrs. W. S. IIulslaiKler,)('hurc]i 
Ave., Corner Oak St., Scranton, Pa. 

iloUenbeck, Amos F., Springfield. Col., lawyer. 

Howe, Albert D., AVhitesvilie, N. Y., teacher. 

Humphrey, Wiimot G., M. D., Osceola, Pa. 

James, Benton E. , Auburn Four Corners, Pa. 
insurance. 



Jones, x\nna L., (Mrs. Dr. E. II. Ashcraft,) 

Coudersport, Pa. 
Keeney, Agnes, Keeneyville, Pa., teacher. 
Kingsland, Mary M., Fassets, Pa., teacher. 
Mitchell, Franc C, (Mrs. William C. Edwards,) 

learned, Kas. 
Morse, LucyM., Great Bend, Pa., teaclier. 
Pratt, Carrie A., (Mrs. A. M. Perry,) Malnes* 

burg. Pa. 
Robyier, Herbert, Wellsboro, Pa., farmer. 
Rockwell, Nellie M., Elmira, N. Y., teacher. 
Rumsey, Albert J., Leona, Pa., farmer and 

teacher. 
Sabin, Charles, Elkland, Pa., teaclier. 
Shattuck, Alfred J., Wellsboro, Pa., lawyer. 
Stevens, Dora L., (Mrs. A. W. Levisee,) Lemon. 
( Pa. 



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CLASS OF '78— Elementary C'uurse. 



Baldwin, Mattie A.. Great Bend, Pa., teacher. 

Beardsley. Phida E , (Mrs. J. H. Reading,) 
Gaines, Pa. 

Briggs, Rufiis M., Jennings, La., traveling 
agent. 

Close. Cora L. , West eld. Pa. teacher. 

Close. Mari, (Mr.?. G. A. King,) Westfield, Pa. 

Dean, Lottie A., South Owego, N. Y., teacher. 

Gray, Fred L , Sullivan, Pa., teacher. 

Howe, Emily E., Lansford, Pa., teacher. 

Hollands, Lucy, {Mrs. Charles Rockwell,) Bloss- 
burg. Pa. 

Johnson, Laura E., (Mrs. H. E. Metcalf,) Mans- 
field, Pa. 

Karstetter, Alma E., Ickeslnirg, Pa., teacher. 

2 CLASS OF' 79- 

Hooker, Ida E., (Mrs. A, Bauman,)S>;ranton,Pa. 



Reiser, Aaron B., Shamokin, Pa., salesman. 

Lacey, Asa P., West Auburn, Pa., teacher. 

*Lannon, Robert M. 

McKee, James, Rushford, N Y., principal of 
schools. 

Miller. Clarence B., Nanticoke, Pa., superin- 
tendent of schools. 

Olmsted, Clement J., Wellaville, N. Y., medi- 
cal student, Ann Arbor. 

Reading, James H., Gaines, Pa., luml>erman. 

Kyon, David H., Lawrenceville, Pa., farmer. 

Selby, Geo. W., Utica, N. Y., architect. 

Stevens, Arthur J., Fort Scott, Kan., dentist. 

White, Burton C, Elmira, N. Y., lawyer. 

Whipple, Cullen H., M. D., New Portage, O. 

Scientific Course. 

Morse. R. Lena. (Mrs. Rev, T. D. Butler,) 
Spahr St., East End, Pittsburg, Pa. 



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Elementary Course. 



Adams,Emma,(Mrs.W. F. Lane,) Ridgway, Pa. 

Babcock, L W., UkiaU, Cal., teaijher. 

Boll es, Jessie E., (Mrs. Rev. Warriner,) Mont- 
rose, Pa., 

Boyce, Eliza J., Mansfield, Pa., teacher S. N. S 

Buckbee, Jared H , Marion, Ind., book-keeper. 

BuUock, Susie M., (Mrs. Clarence S. Woodruff,) 
S:!ranton, Pa, 

Costley, Byron J , Mansfleld, Pa., lawyer. 

Cruttenden, Laura E., (Mrs. James G. Cope- 
land,) Bluff City. Kan. 

Dailey, Lettie J., Tioga, Pa., teacher. 

Darling, Walter C. Ansonia, Pa., teacher. 

Doane, Marta E , Towanda, Pa., teacher. 

Farrer, AnnaR., (Mrs. J. E. Reese,) Mansfield. 
Pa. 

Gardner, W. S., Montdale, Pa., general agent. 

Gavlgau. Lizzie A., (Mrs. John W. Hyde,) El- 
mira, N. Y. 

Gillette, Cassius E., White Stone, Long Isiand, 
N. Y., ofllcer U. S. army. 

Horiacher. Ivate E .(Mrs. P. M. Bullard,) Nevv 
bery. Pa. 



llorton, Belle C, Blossburg, Pa., teacher. 

Leonard, James N., Elbridge, Pa., fanner. 

*Ly man. Samuel H. 

Miller, Eliza M., (Mrs. Fred W. Fitzgerald, 
Waveriy. N. Y. 

Parke, Leonard, Russell, Kan., principal pub- 
lic school. 

Parsons. E:lna. Cherry Flats, Pa., teacher. 

Phoenix, Lydia Ellen, Oberlin, Ohio, teacher 
mathematics Oberlin College. 

Preston, Emma J., Meshoppen, Pa. 

*Prevo3t, Veniet Edward. 

Palmer, Eunice L., (Mr.i C, S. Vail,) New Mil- 
ford. Pa. 

Reese, Addle L., (Mrs. O. E. Credifor J,) An- 
trim, Pa. 

Retan, Olney A , A. M , Wellsburg. N. Y., cler- 
gyman. 

Shelve, Will G, Daggett's Mills, Pa., teacher. 

Stapleton, Daniel P., Lewisburg, Pa., teacher. 

Tracy, Judath D., Wetona, Pa , merchant. 

Weiss, George L, , Eckley, Pa. 



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Allyn, Arthur E., Hastings, Adams Co., Neb. 

traveling salesman. 
Baldwin, Chas. T , M. D.. Florence, Italy. 
* Brewster, Fannie, (Mrs. Sheldon M. Foster.) 



CLASS OF '80-Elementary Course. 



Card. Fred W., Sylvanian, Pa„ farmer. 
Compton, Ed A , Omaha City, Neb., lawyer. 
EJwards. Joseph H , Kansas City. Mo., deputy 
assessor. 



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Farrer. Will S., Mansfieia, Pa., merchant. 
Hall, Leda, (>Ir3. Maxwell Heury,) Arnot, Pa. 
Harrison, Howard, Borden, N. Y., school coni- 

missiouer, Steuben county. 
Ingham, Anna B., (Mrs. Samuel II. Jewell, 

Canton, Pa. 
Keeney, Nettle E , No, 9 S Curtis St., Cliicago. 

jewelry inspector. 
Kemp, Frank, (Mrs. D. L. Satterlee,) Jackson, 

Pa. 
Lent. Albert S.. Wellsboro, Pa., farmer. 
Leonard, Frank M., Westfield, Pa., lawyer. 
Lincoln, Mary E , M. D , (Mrs. E. W. Gould,) 

Searsport, Maine. 
Maine, Howard P., Mainesburg, Pa., farmer. 
Mathews. John I. , Elmira, N. Y. 
Newell, Frank M., Mansfield, Pa., dentist. 
Palmer, Ulysses Grant, Canton, Pa., teacher. 



Prosser, Cleora, Bradford, Pa., medical student. 

Chicago, 111. 
Roe, John C. Keeney ville. Pa. 
Rundell, Ed. A., Mansfield, Pa., clerk Tioga, 

Pa. 
Smith, Joseph N., M. D.. Wellsboro. Pa. 
Smith. Gaius R , Mount Pleasant, Pa., clergy- 
man. 
* Stone, Norman C. 
Tears, Alice E., (Mrs. George G. Beardsley.) 

Troy, Pa. 
Watts, James G., Omaha City, Neb., lawyer. 
Webster, O. A.. Grand Forks, Dak., insurance 

and loan broker. 
Wells, C Sumner, Trenton, N. J., wholesale 

produce. 
Wells, Wm. O., Trenton, N. J., wholesale 

produce. 



CLASS OF '81— Elementary Course. 



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Barnes Orange P., Leavenworth. Kan., teacher. 
Blackburn, Harry H., Puyallup, Wash., City 

attorney. 
Collins, Isaac P., Coudersport, Pa., lawyer and 

surance 
Dunsmore, Anna M., Arnot, Pa., teacher. 
Ely, Ida M., (Mr.^. Frank L. Clemons,) Bloss- 

burg. Pa. 
Heysham, Jennie E.^Nelsoui Pa. 
Heyaham, Samuel E., No. 59 Grand St., Hor- 

nellsville, N. Y,. cond actor Erie railway. 
Holmes, Edward E., Jackson, Pa., dentist. 
Howe, Mabel E , (Mrs. J. C. Hazlett,) Hunting 

don. Pa. 
Hulslander, Emma, (Mrs. A. D. Colegrove,) 

Liberty. Pa. 
Jones. Frank D , Steele, Daltota, farmer. 
Kies, Henry XL, Coudersport. Pa., county su 

perin ten dent. 



Kinsloe, S E. B., Philadelphia, Pa., teacher. - 
McKinney, Edgar E., Spadra, Cal., teacher. 
Peck, William H., Nelson, Pa. 
Rexford, Cora E., (Mrs. Snyder,) Leetonia, Pa. 
Riebaam, Addle M., Wellsboro, Pa., teacher. 
Starkey, Foster H., Mansfield, Pa., student at 

Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pa, 
Starner, Chas. J., Lindley, N. Y., teacher. 
Stone, Daniel A. , 710 S. Main Ave., Scranton, 

Pa., 'teacher. 
Taylor, Jasper C, Scranton, Pa., teacher. 
VanNess, Kate E., (Mrs. F. E. VanKeuren). 

Mansfield, Pa. 
Voorhees, Shepard, M. D., Newton, N. J. 
Webster, Emma. Windfall, Pa., teacher. 
Webster, Jennie, (Mrs. J. A. Hite,) Lincoln, Neb. 
Wright, May E. , (Mrs. Orange P. Barnes,)Leav- 

en worth, Kansas. 



CLASSOF'83— Scleutinc Courr.o. 2 

Johnson, H. Jean, grad. Holyoke. (Mr?. Harris! Woodruff, Clarence S., (gnul. Yale,) Scranton, 
Tabor,) Elmira, N. Y., teacher. ] Pa., lawyer. 

CLASS OF '82— Elementary Course. 31 

Amerraan, Ella, Scranton, Pa., druggist. I Cummings, Ida Belle, Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 

Ansley, Carrie, (Mrs. Cortright,) Pike Mills. Pa. 'Dewey, James A.. Wilkes-Barre, Pa., teacher. 
Beverson, Lizzie, (Mrs. Dr. J. M. Mills,) An-'Geoghan. Mary E., Ashley, Pa., teacher, 
trim. Pa. I Gillette, Herbert J., M. D., Savona, N. Y. 

Brown, Ernest W., Whitesville, N. Y., teacher. ' Graves, Israel S,, M. D., Peckviile. Pa. 



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STATE NORMAL SCHOOL— FIFTH DISTRICT. 



Hall, Mina, (Mrs. George Nares,) WellsborcPa. 

Hickcox, Evalina, (Mrs. Samuel Pearson,) 
Stokeadale. Pa. 

Hubbarrt, Wilson R., East Charleston, Pa., 
teacher. 

HuasoQ, Mattie E,, Elmlra, N. Y., teacher. 

Judge, Rose H,, Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 

Kelley, Emmet M., Greenwood, N. Y., teacher. 

Kiley, John Hnrlbiit. M. D., Morris Run, Pa. 

Landon, Bion W., EIniira, N. Y.,R.R. employe. 

Maitland, Theodore H., Liberty, Pa., teacher. 

Nelson, Alexander, 117 Chestnut St., Philadel- 
phia, Pa., book-keeper. 

Kiinsom, Lucy, (Mrs. W. R. Longstreet,) Mans- 
field, Pa. 



Ribble, Ella, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Selph. Frank D, Nelson. Pa., teacher. 

Simmons, Frank W., Salamanca, N. Y., clerk. 

Smith, Augustus B., 51 East Diamond St., Alle- 
gheny City, Pa. 

Stickney, Jessie F., Hornellsville, N Y. 

Swan, David Z.. Wellsboro, Pa., book-keeper 
First National Bank. 

Turrell, Marion C. Drums, Pa . teacher. 

VanNauker,Geo. N. , WhiteIIaven,Pa. , publisher. 

Webster, Hobart R., Williamsport, Pa. 

Woodbury, Chas. M., Nelson, Pa., teacher. 

Woodbury, Mrs. Chas. M., Nelson, Pa. teacher. 



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CLASS OF '83— Elementaiw Course. 



Bailey, Frank H., Mansfield, Pa., civil engineer. 

Barnes, Fannie. (Mrs. J. A. Dewey.) Wilkes- 
Barre, Pa. 

* Brewster, Addle. 

Clark, Colin Burr, Covington, Pa. , teacher. 

Coursen, Emma A., (Mrs. E. L. Crisnian,)Kings- 
ton. Pa. 

Cruttenden, Alice G., Pulaski. N. Y., teacher. 

Cruttenden. Edwin A., Mansfield, Pa., teacher 
S. N. S. 

Doyen, Anna, Mainesburg, Pa. 

Griffith, Mary A., (Mrs. D. D. Rodei1ck,)WiIkes- 
Barre, Pa., teacher. 

Hazlett. James E., Philadelphia, Pa., clerk. 

Heberiing. Andrew J., Orange, N. J., pharma- 
cist. 

Howe, Luella L., Bradford, Pa., teacher. 

>Hymes, George I. 

Johnson. Orlando H., Pittston, Pa., teacher. 

Kinyon, Augustus, Denver, CoL, teacher. 

*Koerner, Mame L. 

Lain, E. Jennie. (Mrs. Nesbitt.) Kingston, Pa. 

Leach, Harvey B., Blossburg, Pa., law^yer and 
Disti'ict Attorney Tioga county. 



Longstreet,Wm.R.,Mansfield,Pa. , teacher S.N. S, 

Maine. Chas. L., Mainesburg, Pa., medical stu- 
dent, Baltimore, Md. 

Mattison, Fannie L.. (Mrs. Woodward,) Black 
wells. Pa. 

*Mowrey, Alfred. 

Murdough, George P., Corning, N. Y., clerk. 

Parfitt, Isaac C, Morris Run, Pa 

Patton, Melcora. Thompson town, Pa., teacher. 

Peck, Anna G.. (Mrs. H. C. Kinney,) T'ioga, Pa. 

Pitts, Hattle B., (Mrs. Chas. K. NewelL) Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

Read, J. Anabel, Factory ville, Pa., teacher. 

Rogers, Ida, (Mrs. Wm. Millmore,) Sitka, Alas- 
ka, missionary. 

Shay, Oscar D., M. D., Montrose, Pa. 

Smith, Berton E., Harford, Pa., teacher. 

Voorhees. Mettle, Daggett's Mills, Pa. , teacher. 

Warren. Getta, Fall Brook, Pa., teacher. 

M^'eiss, Minnie, Ilonesdale, Pa., teacher 

Woodruff, Geo. W., (grad. Yale,) Philadelphia, 
Pa., teacher. 



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CI^ASS OF '84— Elementary Course. 



Adams. James S.. Montrose, Pa., law student. 
Barden, Kate. (Mrs.A.W. Stevenson,)Mansfield. 
Brundage, Ena L. , Meadville. Pa. . student. 
Bullock, Minnie, (Mrs. Rev. John KinibaU.) 
Orono, Maine, 



Burdick. Harvey Lee, 1622Capouse Ave., Scran - 

ton. Pa., teacher, 
Byrne, Julia A., Carbondale, Pa., teacher. 
Callender, Jennie E., (Mrs. Harvey D, Wood,) 

Arnot, Pa. 



STATE NORMAL SCHOOL— FIFTH DISTRICT. 



Corey. Harry B., LL. B., Elkhart, Ind., lawyer. 
Dana, Emma H., Maucli Chunk, Pa., teacher. 
Dunsmore. Andrew B., Wellsboro, Pa., lawyer. 
Espy. Harl J., Harmonsburg, Pa., merchant. 
Evans, Andrew J., Ulysses, Pa., editor. 
Evans, Thomas E., Round Top, Pa., teacher. 
Ewing, Ella, Espyvllle, Pa., teacher. 
Gilmour, Anna F. .Morris Run.Pa., book-keeper. 
Hayden, Emma, (Mrs. Stevens,) Elmhurst, Pa. 
Hitchcock, Andrew B., Knoxville, Pa., teacher. 
Hodgson,Mary D., West Nicholson, Pa. .teacher. 
Jagg-er, Carrie A., Montrose, Pa., teacher. 
James, Cora Rees, Philipsburg, Pa., teacher. 
James, Harry A., M. D., Montrose, Pa. 
Jordan, Edwin J., Tunkhannock, Pa., lawyer, 
Kent, Lou C, Montrose, Pa., teacher. 
Lain, Rachel B.. M. D., SanFranclsco, Cal. 
Lee, Jennie S.. Honesdale, Pa., teacher. 
Lugg, Charles IL. Knoxville, Pa., merchant. 
Lung, Mary Grace, Wyalusing, Pa., teacher. 



McCawley, John E., Dickinson City, Pa., medi- 
cal student. 

McDade, Maggie J., Wilkes-Barre. Pa... teacher. 

More, Ed. V., Penn. State College, Gettysburg. 
Pa., student. 

Neal, Kate. (Mrs. H. A. Mitchell,) Arnot, Pa. 

Owen, William F., Spring Mills, N. Y.. teacher. 

Raker, Lenora G,, Liberty, Pa., teacher. 

Rew, Eleanor, Weeping Water, Cass Co., Neb., 
teacher. 

Sperry, Eva E., Wellsboro, Pa., copyist. 

Starner, Herbert R., Mills, Pa., station agent. 

Stone, Lottie A., Little Meadows, Pa., teacher. 

Thorne. May M., Horseheads. N. Y., teacher. 

Valentine, Jennie M.. Tunkhannock, Pa., 
teacher. 

Valentine, William O., Waverly, N. Y., teacher. 

White. Cora M.. Mansfield, Pa.. S.N. S. student. 

Wood, Harvey D.. Arnot, Pa., farmer. 

Woodbury, Edgar E., Knoxville. Pa., teacher. 
Woodruff. Arthur E.,LeRaysville,Pa.,raerchant. 



Maclay, Edwin, Waverly, Pa., teacher. 

STATE CERTIFICATES '85-Scientlflc Course. 

Stewart, John Q,,Harrisburg, Pa., Deputy Supt. Public Instruction. 
Instrumental Music— CLASS OF '85. 
Backer, Nellie E., (Mrs. Fred W. Ingham,)! O'NeiU, Anna C, No. 212 North 
Watkins, N. Y. I Wilkes-Barre, Fa. 



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Ball. Sadie E., Honesdale. Pa., teacher. 

Bartlett, ; Samuel H., Hiram.- 0., theological 
student. 

Baynes. Ada A., (Mrs. J. C. Rexlord,) Mans- 
field, Pa. 

Bodler, Anna, Germania, Pa., student S. N. S. 

Brown, Candace H., Hopbottom, Pa., teacher. 

Campbell, James Curtis, Wilkes-Barre. Pa., 
clerk D. & H. R. R. freight office. 

Carley, Franc, (Mrs. C. R. Gallup,) Glen Hazel 
Pa. 

Carlton, Florence E., New Foundland, Pa., 
teacher. 

Clark, Jay Hiram, 454 W. I2th St., Erie, Pa., 
railway postal <ilerk. 

Degan, M. Agnes, (Mrs. A. D. Cloud.) princl 



Elementary Course. 

French, Elmer L., Mehoopany, Pa., teacher. 

Greene, Katharine M., Pulaski, N. ¥., teacher. 

Guard, Carrie. 312 Northampton St., Wilkes- 
Barre, Pa., (Mrs. Robert B. Trebble,) 
teacher. 

Hall, Delia, (Mrs. F. Van Dusen.) 

Hanlan. Michael John, Hawley, Pa., teacher. 

Lee, Mame, Claremount, Dak., teacher. 

Le Van, Abbie G. . (Mrs. Will Porter,) White 
Haven, Pa. 

Lewis, Nellie A., 57 School St., Bradford, Mc- 
Kean Co. . Pa. , teacher. 

Logan. Lizzie W., Blossburg, Pa., teacher. 

Lung, Henry W., Wyalusing, Pa., student. 

Miller, Albert O., 49th St. and Madison Avenue, 



New York, student in Columbia College. 

pal Marshall Seminary, Easton, Washing-i Miller. John L., Corning, N. Y., teacher. 

tonCo., N. Y. ' O'Neill. Anna C, No. 212 North Main Street, 

Durand, Cora B., (Mrs. A. M. Wiiipple.) Lacey-j Wilkes-Barre. Pa., teacher. 

viiie, Pa. ' Purcell, Kate A., Lewiston, Idaho, teacher. 

Emberger! Joseph. Mardin, Pa., teacher. ' Richards, Mary R.. Mt. Jewitt, Pa., teacher. 



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Ritter, Ella N., Liberty, Pa., teaclier. : 

Robinson, Jennie C, Nicholson, Pa., teacher. 
Rosengrant, Edgar Judson, East Troy, Pa., 

clergyman. ■ 
Spencer, Louis N., Grover, Pa., teacher 
Tribble, Robert B., Nanticoke, Pa., teacher. 
Trowbridge, Georgiana, (Mrs. C. W. Ferguson.) 

151 W. Water St. , Elmira, N. Y. 



Voorheea, Amanda, (Mrs. EI wood Clark,) New 

York City. 
Waller, Nellie A., Smethport. Pa., teacher at 

Stanton, Neb. 
Weeks, Sherman A., Nelson, Pa., station agent. 
Westbrook, Alta L., Tioga, Pa., teacher. 
Wylie, Elizabeth (Mrs. Jay H. Clark,) No. 454 

West 13th St.. Erie, Pa. 



1 CI. ASS OF '86 -Scientific Course. 

Green, Katharine M., Clifton Station, Va., teacher in Pulaski, N. Y. 

2 Instrumental Music— CLASS OF '86, 

Daniell, Emily, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. i Thomas, Jennie E.. Mansfield, Pa., teacher 

S. N. S. 

Elcmeutary Course. 



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Bailey, Eula. (Mrs. Frank A. Beach,) 1003 Wal 

nut St., Elmira, N. Y. 
BiUings, Carrie V.. (Mrs. C. M. Thomas, )Pierce- 

viile. Pa. 
Bond, Sadie E., No. 310 Race St., West Pitts- 
ton, Pa., teacher. 
Boyd, Margaret, Wyalusing, Pa. , teacher. 
Bunnell, Lucy, (Mrs. J. T. Smith,) Montrose, Pa, 
Bunnell, Isaac C, Meshoppen, Pa., railway 

postal clerk, New York and Boston. 
Burman, O. W. , Lenoxville, Pa. , teacher 
Carter, Kern R., South Aul)urn, Pa., fanner. 
Carter, Annie J., (Mrs. ¥. P. Hatch,) Union 

City, Pa. 
Callender, Mary L., Peekville, Pa., teacher. 
Carrlck, Maggie H., No. 73 Church St., Wilkes- 

Barre, Pa., teacher. 
Christian, Bertha Z., Laceyville, Pa., teacher. 
C;iose, Carrie IL, Farmington Ilill, Pa., teacher. 
Cogswell, Minnie L., West Aulnirn, Pa.. 

music student S. N. S. , Mansfield. 
Costello, Mame G., (Mrs. George Steigmaier,) 

Wllkes-Barre, Pa. 
Coyle, Bessie, Bay Avenue, Bloom field, N. J. 
Curtis, Laura M., Aldenville, Pa., teacher. 
Cyphers, Effa M„ Wilkes-Barre, Pa., teacher. 
Dickerson, Virginia, Springville, Pa , teacher, 
Doolittle, Mary J., Susquehanna, Pa., teacher 



Gorham, Elsie, Coudersport, Pa., teacher. 

Handwerk, Marcus, Germ an la. Pa., teacher. 

Hanyen, Fred C, Rutland, Pa., merchant. 

Hough wont, Aden, 128 Prospect St., Bingham- 
ton, N. Y. , teacher. 

Higgins, Eliza H., Somers Lane, Pa., teacher. 

Hornet, Lida H., Wyalusing, Pa. teacher. 

Knowhon, Lillie. 

Lacey, Marian L., Laceyville, Pa., teacher. 

Main, Joseph O., Mehoopany, teacher. 

McWhorter, Minnie B., Webb's Mills, N. Y.. 
teacher. 

Meine, Philip, Germania, Pa., teacher. 

Meylert, Frank W., LaPorte, Pa., teacher. 

Miller, William B., Susquelianna. Pa., teacher. 

Moody, Lizzie B., East Smithfield, Pa., teacher. 

Overfleld, Edward F., Silver Plume, Col., en- 
gineer. 

Osborne, Charles F., Forest Lake, Pa., teacher. 

*Reese, M. Louise. 

Ritter, Margaret A., Nauvoo, Pa., teacher. 

Rosenkrans. Daniel H. , Fairdale, Pa., teacher. 

Sanford, Walton A., W^averly, Pa., teacher. 

Shencer, Ina V., Crystal, Pa., teacher. 

Stark ey, Emma L , (Mrs. A. Waldo Lugg,) 
Ivnoxville, Pa. 

Stevens, Carrie M., Elkdale, Pa., teacher. 

Taylor, Herbert, Butte City, Montana. 
Ely. EvaL, (Mrs.StewartRiley,)Springville,Pa.! Thomas, Jennie E., Mansfield, Pa., teacher S.N.S. 



English, Mary L., Wellsboro. Pa., teacher. 
Faulkner, Carrie O., Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 
Foote, Lewis K., Glenn. Pa.„ teacher 
Furman. EdnaM.. Austinville, Pa., teacher. 



Tingley, R. May, New Milford, Pa , teacher. 
Walker, Huston F., Covington, Pa., teacher. 
Wiggins, Carrie E., Custer City, Pa., teacher. 
Wood, Libbie E , (Mrs. Samuel H. Bartlett.) 
Hiram, Ohio. 



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CLASS OF '87— Elementary Course. 



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Baldwin. Mary. (Mrs. Elgar E. McKiimey,) 

SpaOra, Cal. 
Beale, George W., L. L. B., 227 Washington 

avenue. Scranton, Pa., lawyer. 
Brigaen, Charles A.,ChathamValley ,Pa. , teacher. 
Brooks, Lee, Canton, Pa. , teacher. 
Caffrey, Julia. 471 Hazle avenue, Wllkes-Barre. 

Pa., teacher. 
Camp, Margaret E., 147 Northampton street, 

Wilkes-Barre, Pa. , teacher, 
demons, Helen, Blossburg, Pa. 
Corey, Althea, Mill City, Pa., teacher. 
Cox, Mary A., Parsons, Pa., teacher, 
Davis, Anna L.. (Mrs. A. G. Guiles), Lawrence- 

ville. Pa. 
*Dennis, Mary H.. (Mrs. Henry D. Barhight.) 
Dunmore, Effa M. , Auburn Corners, Pa 
Durand, Clara S., To wand a. Pa., teacher. 
Edwards, Anna, DodgeCity, Kan., teacher. 
Fensler, Elizabeth M., 163 N. River street, 

Wilkes- Barre, Pa., teacher. 
Fogarty, Anna, (Mrs. J.D. Couners,)MorriB Run. 
Fessenden, R. A., 1669 Second avenue, New 

York City, traveling salesman. 
Gallagher, Rose, Wilkes-Barre, Pa., teaclier. 
Gardner, Adrian, Andrew's Settlement, Pa., 

student Syracuse University. 
Gillespie, W. H., Pittston. Pa., teacher. 
Gilpin, Milton A .Newfoundland, Pa., teacher. 
Gorman, Chioe, Hamilton, Pa., teacher. 
Gregory, Mary E., Antrim, Pa., teaclier. 
Hanyen. M. Lou., Rutland, Pa., teacher. 
Harvey, James, Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 
Healy, Joanna, Morris Run, Pa., teaclier. 
Hughes, Alice, Blossburg, Pa., teacher. 



Johnson, S. A., Milford, Pa., teacher. 
Johnson, Mrs. S. A., Milford, Pa., teacher. 
Lloyd, Morgan J., Olyphant. Pa., teacher. 
Lowe, Vira, Retta, Pa,, teacher at Lead vi lie. 

Colo. 
McGann, Agnes G., Wilkes-Barre, Pa., teacher. 
Moody, Nono, Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 
Mold, Fred, Blossburg, Pa., student at Yale. 
Mulhern, Mary J., 138 South Grant street, 

Wilkes-Barre. Pa., teacjher. 
McGann, Ella, Wilkes-Barre, Pa., teacher. 
Neefe, AddieC, (Mrs. Earnest L. Wells,) Os- 

wayo. Pa. 
Reynolds, Joshua N.,Bigelow, Holt county.Mo., 

teacher. 
Richards, J. W. , Bald Mount, Pa. , teacher. * 
Rockwell, Rose S., Charleston, Pa. 
Shultz, John A., Arnot, Pa., clerk. 
Smith, Ella M., (Mrs. V. Fletcher,)Big Pond,Pa. 
Shepard, Nettie, Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 
Stark, John Gerry, East Lemon, Pa., teacher at 

Nicholson, Pa. 
Strait, George B., Sylvania, Pa., teacher at 

Mansfield, Pa. 
Sherman, E. H., Springville, Pa., farmer. 
VanAman, Tillie,(Mrs. J. C. Campbell,) Wilkes- 
Barre, Pa. 
*VanNess, Minnie. 

Walsh, Margaret, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. , teacher. 
Webster, J. G., Grank Forks, N.D.,kook-keeper 

and stenographer. 
Wells, IVIyrtle, Oswayo, Pa. , teacher. 
Wells, Earnest L., Oswayo, Pa., merchant. 
Wells, Walter, Oswayo, Pa., teacher. 
Wilcox, Viola, Honesdale, Pa., teacher. 



CIjASS of '88— Seientlflc Course. 2 

Cruttenden, E. A., Mansfield, teacher S. N. S. | Thomas, Jennie E., Mansfield, teacher S. N. S. 
Eleineutary Course. 84 



Atwood, Elizabeths., Herrickville, Pa., teacher. 
Bailey, Josephine, Mardin, Pa., teacher. 
Bailey, Lucy B., (Mrs. Frank H. Rockwell,) 

Wellsboro, Pa. 
Baldwin. Myra. Colmar, Pa. , teacher, 
Baldwin, Genevieve. Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 
Barnes, George H., LeRaysville, Pa., teacher. 
Barnhart, Austin E., Trowbridge, Pa., farmer. 
Barrow, Merton L., Elmira, N. Y., book-keeper. 



Battle. Agnes V., 26 South Main street, Pittston. 

Pa., teacher. 
Beach, Coly J., Mansfield, Pa., agent. 
Beach, George D., Little Marsh, Pa., teacher. 
Benton, Jesse, 158 Pearl street, Buffalo, N. Y.. 

teacher Caton's Business College. 
Brigden, Emma, Chatham Valley, Pa., teacher. 
BuU, Emily L., Wilkes-Barre, Pa,, teaclier. 
BuUard, Lloyd G., Canton, Pa., teacher. 



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Barman, Mrs. O, W., Lenoxviile, Pa., teacUer. 
Capwell, Maud S., Scrantvin, Pa., teacher. 
Carpenter, Hanson, Los Pinos, Cal., teacher, 
Catliu, Edson J., Wellsboro, Pa., teacher. 
Cathn, Joel D., Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 
Chapman, Jessie G., EspyviUe, Pa., teaclier. 
Clark, Mrs. F. B., Mansfield. Pa., teacher. 
Cook, Adda R., Meshoppen, Pa., teacher. 
Cray, Anna E., 90 Courtright avenue, Wilkes- 

Barre, Pa. , teacher. 
Crowell, Blanche, Harford, Pa., teacher. 
Dailey, Elizabeth, Elmira. N. Y , teacher. 
Devauy, Anna C, Wilkes-Barre, Pa., teacher. 
Doyen, Agnes. Mainestjurg, Pa., teacher. 
Ely, William F., Lansford, Pa., teacher. 
Evans, George. Wanamie, Pa. , teacher. 
Evans, Sarah A., Wanamie, Pa., teacher. 
Fay, Sara A., Pittston, Pa., teacher. 
French. Ettie, Little Marsh, Pa., teacher. 
Frick, Charles. Liberty, Pa. , teacher. 
Hardie, Elizabeth. Mt. Alton. Pa., teacher. 
Heyler, Edward W., Williamsport. Pa., clerk. 
Ilorton, Charles H., Clifford, Pa., teacher. 
Howard, B. Herbert, Auburn Centre, Pa., teacher. 
Hudson, Mary E., Seeley Creek, N. Y., teacher. 
Hurlbut, Carrie L., Nelson. Pa., teacher. 
Johnson, LuraE., Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 
Kelley, Chas. B.. Eenova, Pa„ Supt. of schools. 
Kelly, Wihiam A., Parsons, Pa., teacher. 
Knapp, Allen H., Westfield, Pa., principal of 

academy, Florida, N. Y. 
Lownsbery. IdaL., Mansfield, Pa., teaclier. 
McGraw. Ella, Mt. Alton, Pa., teaclier. 
Mackey, Mauley, Lathrop, Pa., farmer. 
Manley, Rush E., Presho, N. Y,, teacher. 
Marvin, William C, Walsenburg, Colo., teacher. 
Miller, Willis, Tunkhannock, Pa., teacher. 
Mills, L. Agnes, Ariel, Pa., teacher. 



Murray, M. A., 196 Hazle avenue. Wilkes-Barre. 
Pa., teacher. 

Pratt, Fred H., East Charleston. Pa., teacher. 

Quintan, Katharine, Harford, Pa., teacher. 

Regan, Ella T., Wilkes-Barre, Pa., teacher. 

Reynolds,Harry A.,Mansfield,Pa..studentS N.S. 

Richards, Alfred J., Covington, Pa., clerk. 

Rockwell, ^'ranees L , (Mrs. Coly J. Beach.) 
Mansfield, Pa. 

Rosenkraus, C. E., FaircJale, Pa., teacher. 

Ryan, Stella M., Wellsboro, Pa., teacher. 

Scouten, HattieB., Sylvania, Pa., teacher. 

Searles, Jennie B., Honesdale, Pa., teacher. 

Shaughnessy, Agnes. Wilkes-Barre, Pa. .teacher. 

Shaw, Edith L , Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 

Shaw, Mary E., Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 

Smith. Katharine D.. Dunmore. Pa., teacher. 

Sraouher. Elizabeth C, Wilkes-Barre. Pa. .teach'r, 

Spencer. Emma D.. Crystal, Pa., teacher. 

Squier, Etta,, (Mrs. Frank James,) Ely, Minn. 

Squier, Violetta. Niven, Pa., teacher. 

Stark, Oscar D., East Lemon, Pa., teacher. 

Stearns, George A., Harford, Pa., teacher. 

Stevens, Carrie, Nlven, Pa., teacher. 

Stratton, Jennie M., Canoe Camp, Pa., teacher. 

Strickland, John J., Springviile, Pa., teacher. 

Stull, Emmett W.. Elklaud, Pa., student in 
college. 

Thomas, Helen B., Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 

Updike, Harriet E., (Mrs. Frank A. Coleman,) 
Shettield, Pa. 

Webster. E. W.. Windfall, Pa., clerk at Gilby, 
North Dakota. 

Weeks, Abbie E., Elkland, Pa., teacher. 

Wetmore, William J., Harrisburg, Pa., book- 
keeper. 

Williams. Mattle C, Nicholson, Pa., teacher. 

Williams, Myra Lee, Nicholson, Pa., teacher. 

Wylie. Janet, Sugar Notch, Pa., teacher. 



CLASS OF^89— Scieiitifie Course. 

Kinsloe, S. E. B., Philadelphia. Pa., teacher. 
CLASS OF '89-MusIc. 



Battle. Teresa C, 26 South Main street. Pitts-jBoucl, Cilia, Pittston, Pa. 

ton. Pa. I Close, Angle, Farmington, Pa. 



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CLASS OF '80— Elementary Course. 



80 



Artama, Ertiia, Mansfielrt, Pa., teacher. 

Adams. Rutli, (Mrs. A. G. Brown,) Elmira,N.Y, 

Allen, Wilton W., Mansflekl, Pa., bank clerk. 

Alwortli, H. a, Harford, Pa., teacher Scranton, 

Andrew, George W., Prompton, Pa., teacher. 

Battle. Teresa C. , 26 South Main street, Pitts- 
ton, Pa., teacher. 

Baynes, Agnes M., Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 

Berry, Grace, Berry town. Pa,, teacher. 

Bo wen, Stephen E., Round Top, Pa., farmer. 

Briggs, Charles W., Keeneyville, Pa., teacher. 

Brown, Melia A., Hopbottom, Pa., teacher. 

Bardick, William H., Syracuse, N. Y., book- 
keeper. 

Campbell, Jessie O , (Mrs. IT. T.Melville,) Moun- 
tain Lake,Pa., teacher. 

Campbell, J. Herbert, Burlington, Pa , 
teacher. 

Cariey, HattieG., Job's Corners, Pa., teacher. 

Carpenter, Daniel E., Kane, Pa., clerk. 

Carpenter. Philip T., Little Marsh, Pa. .teacher. 

Church, Nathan W.. Morris Run. Pa., medical 
student. 

Clinton, Mary A.. Ashley, Pa., teacher. 

Cogswell, Carrie. West Auburn, Pa., teacher. 

Conklin, Lona, Orwell, Pa., teacher. 

Conlin, Peter J., Hudson, Pa., teacher. 

Cooper, Carrie A . Tunkhaunock, Pa., teacher. 

Crawford, Etta, Silvaria, Pa., teacher. 

Darmstadt, Kate, Eimira, N. Y:, teacher. 

Davis, David D., Arnot, Pa., clerk. 

Dobson, Jessie, Wilkes-Barre, Pa., teacher. 

Eckerson. Ray, Brownlee, Pa. . teacher. 

Ferguson, John, Lenox, Pa., teacher. 

French, Benjamin, Tioga, Pa., teacher. 

Gaige. E. B., Jackson Summit, Pa., teacher. 

Garrison, C. P., Sayre, Pa., teacher. 

Gates, B. E., Lake View, Pa., teacher. 

Gillespie, Agnes, Pittston, Pa., teacher. 

Gray, J. M., DnBois, Pa., teacher. 

Green, W. F., Rush, Pa., teacher. 

Gregory, Helen, Nauvoo, Pa., teacher. 

Grom, (-atherine, Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 

Haight, Fred, R.,Mainesburg, Pa., teacher. 

Hammond, Lewis G., Reed City, Mich.. banK 
clerk. 

Harrer, W. F., East Point, Pa., teacher. 

James, Wayne T., 57 Madison street, Wilkes- 
Barre, Pa., teacher at Harford S. O. S. 



Johnson, Lottie M., Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 

Kane, Martha V.,862 North Main street, Wilkes- 
Barre, Pa,, teacher. 

Kehler, Sherman I., 'Liberty, Pa., student at 
Cornell University. 

Kelly, William A., Crooked Creek, Pa., teacher. 

Kenny, John A., 12 Darling street, Wilkes-Barre, 
Pa., teacher. 

Kiley, Frank L., Morris Run, Pa., medical stu- 
dent at Philadelphia. 

Lain, Lizzie, Lehman, Pa., teacher. 

Lawrence, Josephine, Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 

Lubrecht, William, 616 South Main street, 
Wilkes-Barre, Pa., teacher. 

Lyon, Frank R., Arnot. Pa., civil and mining 
engineer. 

Man?h, Jesse M., Sylvania, Pa.,teaclier. 

McCormacK, John. Ashley, Pa., teacher. 

Medlee, IdaS., (Mrs. William H. Burdick,) 2.51 
Gertrude street, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Mitchell, Mary, Wells, Pa., teacher. 

Moon, Charles J., Elkland, Pa. 

Munn, Alice R., Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 

O'Neill. Daniel L.,212 North Main street, Wilkes- 
Barre, Pa., teacher. 

Painter. Frances M., Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 

Palmer, Jessie F., Canton, Pa., teacher. 

Perkins, Ruth M., Kingsley, Pa., teacher. 

Pneuman, Susie A., Meshoppen, Pa., teacher. 

Reese, Ina, Round Top, Pa., teacher in Harford 

Rissell, Nellie A., Williamsport, Pa., teacher. 

Robinson, Ina, Edinboro, Pa., teacher, 

Robison, Ella v., Mt. Alton, Pa., teacher. 

Sandbach, Emily M., Brooklyn, N. Y., teacher. 

Shaw. John, Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 

Sheffer, Maude E., Wellsboro, Pa., teacher. 

Simmons, John L., Salamanca, N. Y., teacher. 

Snover. Stella, Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 

Stevens, Alden J., Niven, Pa., clerk. 

Strait.. Edith M., (Mrs. Thomas D. Farrer,) 
Idaho Springs, Colo. 

* Sweet, Frances R. 

Terry. Nathan L. , Terry town. Pa,, teacher. 

Welllver, Myrtle L., (Mrs. Frank H. Bailey.) 
Mansfield, Pa. 

Welliver, Earl, Wellsboro, Pa., clerk. 

Williams, Anna D.,rear 242 South street, Wilkes- 
Barre, Pa., teacher. 

Williams, Bertha G., Springville, Pa , teacher. 



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1 STATE CEKTIFICATKS CLASS OF '90-Scieiitiflc Course. 

Geo. W. TwitDiyer (Grad. Franklin and Marsliall College), Honesdale, Pa., Prin. Public Schools. 
1 STATE CERTIFICATES —Elementary Course. 

S. M. Huston, Mountain Lake, Pa., teacher. 
1 Instrumental Music. 

Anna Leonard. Granville Center, Pa. 
1 SQientiflc Course. 

Brown, Candace H., Hopbottom, Pa., teacher at Sayre, Pa. 
93 CLASS OF '90— Elementary Course. 



Adams, Jennie Estelle, Kingsley, Pa., teacher. 
Alden, Lizzie J., Freehold, N. Y., teacher, 
Allen, Anna L., Painted Post, N. Y. 
Amerman, Charles Verrill, Danville, Pa., 

teacher. 
Argetsinger, George Francis, Mansfield. Pa., 

student S. N. S. 
Arrowsmith, Anna Macaulay, Blossburg, Pa., 

teacher. 
Bailey, Ella May. Brooklyn, Pa., teacher. 
Baldwin, Bessie R., Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 
Baldwin, Charles T., Manstield, Pa., teacher. 
Barrett. Anna Louise, 636 Washington avenue, 

Scranton, Pa., teacher. 
Baynes, Cora Estella, Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 
Beamish, Nellie R., 514 River street, Scranton, 

Pa. , teacher. 
Bodler, John W., Gerniania, Pa., teacher. 
Brigden. Myrtie, Chatham Valley, Pa. , teacher. 
Broadbent, Anna, 301 Bromley avenue, Scran- 
ton, Pa., teacher. 
Brooks, Ella May, (Mrs. Arthur C. Sidman,) 

Tully, N. Y. 
Brown, Jennie Liud. Wyalusing, Pa., teacher. 
Bush, Florence E., Adademy Corners, Pa. 

teacher. 
Carlin, iMartha J., Auburn Four Corners, Pa. 

teacher. 
Carroll, Bridget Agnes, 925 Scranton street, 

Scranton. Pa., teacher. 
Chapman, Nehie, Espyville, Pa. , teacher. 
Clark, Howard Beach, Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 
Coddington, Mary Emma, 36 Beaumont street, 

Wilkes- Barre, Pa., teacher. 
Coyle. Mary Frances, Nicholson, Pa., teacher. 
Dana. Mary, Eaton. Pa., teacher. 
Dartt. Morton Lyman, Mansfield. Pa., teacher 

Harford S. O. S. 



Dilworth, George Llewellyn, Newfoundland.Pa., 
teacher. 

Elliott. Edward Martin, Mansfield, Pa., student 
S. N. S. 

Evans, Mary Annie, Wanamie, Pa., teacher. 

Evans, Reese D., Blossburg, Pa., student School 
of Commerce, Elmira, N. Y. 

Flynn. Mary L, 409 Ninth street, Scranlon,Pa., 
teacher. 

Fuller. Ella E., Lenox, Pa., teacher. 

Gordon, Nettie E., Pine City, N. Y., teacher. 

Gorham, Fordyce C. Coudersport. Pa., teacher. 

GrinneU, Mary Jane, Wellsboro, Pa., teacher. 

Gunn, Ada, Montrose, Pa., teacher. 

Haight, Cora A., (Mrs. J. M. Smiley,) East Can- 
ton, Pa. 

Harkne.ss,Harry Clifton, Springfield, Pa. .teacher. 

Hartley, Emma Helen, Glen wood. Pa., teacher. 

Hartley. Frank, North Mehoopany, Pa., stud^it 
S. N. S. 

Hearn. Mary Anne, Brooklyn, Pa., teacher. 

Johnston. Carrie Belle, Hallstead. Pa., teacher. 

Jones, Rachel, Blossburg, Pa., teacher. 

Jones, Winnie, Cherry Flats, Pa., teacher. 

Jordan, Ella C, 1308 Pittston avenue, Scranton, 
Pa., teacher. 

Kelley, Clyde Lincoln, West Covington, Pa., 
teacher. 

Kelley, Marion, LeRoy. Pa., teacher, 

Kenny, Maud Anna, 12 Darling street, Wilkes- 
Bar re. Pa., teacher. 

Knapp, Samuel Dense, Gillett, Pa., teacher. 

Knight. Susie A'DelplUne,1547 Capouse avenue, 
Scranton. Pa. 

Langdon. Winnie A., Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 

Leonard, Mary G., Scranton, I\a., teacher. 

Leonard, Solomon S., Mansfield. Pa., teacher. 



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McCarty, Marguerite A., 150 South Secoud 

street, Elmlra, N. Y. 
McCorraact, Katharine Alherta, Asliley, Pa,, 

teacher. 
McGuigan, Julia, 2425 Biniey avenue.Scranton, 

Pa., teacher. 
McManama, Elizabeth. 331 Pittston avenue, 

Scranton, Pa., teacher. 
Mahon, Alfred Neale, Pittston, Pa., teacher. 
Maxey, William Solomon, Royal, Pa., teacher. 
Milliken, Beatrice, Gelatt, Pa., teacher. 
MoUahan, Anna A., 345 Park avenue, Wilkes- 

Barre, Pa., teacher. 
Morley, Fannie, 1720 North Fifth Street, Har- 

rishurg. Pa., teacher. 
Murray, Petronella, Arnot, Pa., teacher. 
O'Boyle, Ella J., 218 Railroad avenue, Scranton, 

Pa., teacher. 
O'Connell, Catharine M., 1351 Vernon street, 

Harrisburg, Pa., teacher. 
Phillips, Helen, 1703 Jackson street, Scranton, 

Pa., teacher. 
Potter, Electia L., North Jackson, Pa., teacher. 
Presho, Chester Edward, Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 
Eamsdell, Florian Lee, Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 
Rose, Jay W., Mansfield, Pa., farmer. 
Russell, Flora May, Orwell, Pa., teacher. 



Shaw, James A., Blossburg, Pa., teacher. 

Shea, Mai-yG., 311 Pittston avenue, Scranton. 
Pa., teacher. 

Silvius, Lulu Ruth, 18 South Wells street, 
Wilkes-Barre, Pa., teacher. 

Simrell, Carrie Agnes* Factory ville, Pa.,teach'r, 

Smith, Belle A., Starrucca, Pa., teacher. 

Smith, Carrie Mable, Montrose, Pa., teacher. 

Smith, Cora Belle, Binghamton, N. Y., teacher. 

Stevens, Alice May, Keeneyville, Pa., teacher. 

Strauss, Carrie Elizabeth, Sayre, Pa., teacher. 

*Thomas, Edith. 

Thomas, Elizabeth. 320 Market street. Wilkes- 
Barre, Pa., teacher. 

Tiffany, Nellie J., Brooklyn, Pa. , teacher. 

Tinkham, Brush Fenton, Waverly, Pa. , teacher. 

Tracy, Cora Adelaide, Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 

Tracy, Helena Lois, Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 

VanNess, Susie, Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 

Voorhees, Grant S., Daggets Mills Pa., teacher. 

Warren, Jennie L., Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 

Watson, Fannie C, Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 

Watts, Grace Delphine, East Canton, Pa., 
teacher. 

Wilson, Edgar Stephen, Mansfield, Pa., teacher. 

Wood. John Harrison, Scranton, Pa.. Assistant 
Secretary Y. M. C. A. 



STATE CERTIFICATES-Scientlfic Course. 1 

Breidinger, Jacob P., A. M., (Graduate Lafayette College), Tunkhannock,Pa.,Prin. High School. 

Cl^ASS OF '91— Scientific Course. 2 

Hunt, Frederick B., Square Top, Pa. | Reynolds, Harry A., Mansfield, Pa. 



CLASS OF '91-Music. 



13 



Bennett, F. Louise, Covington, Pa. 
Cruttenden, Grace, East Charleston, Pa. 
Cummings, Ida M., Mansfield, Pa. 
Elliott, Jessie Gertrude. Denver, Colo. 
Jennings, Jennie, Canton, Pa. 
Potter, Faye,Middlebury, Pa. 



Reynolds, Walter G., Mansfield, Pa. 
Ramsdell, Ida, Mansfield, Pa. 
Stone, Myrtle Janette, Denver, Colo. 
Strong, Phoebe, Mainesburg, Pa. 
Smith, Melvin E., :5Iansfield. 
Smith, Cora B.. Binghamton, N. Y. 



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SXJ^^RHY OF flLiU^fil. 



state Certificates— Scientific Course 
State Certificates— Elementary Course 
Xornial Certificates— Scientific Course 
Noi-nial Certificates—Elementary Course 
Music - - - 

TOTAL TO 1890 
Class of 1891— Elementary Course 
Otlier Courses 

TOTAL 



4 

3 
13 

879 
38 

936 
94 
15 

1,035 



NOTE: 

Members of the Alumni ai*e urgently requested to notify me of any error in name, address 
or occupation as given in tbis catalogue, of changes of address or occupation, and of deaths 
among the Alumni, that the same may appear correctly in the next catalogue. 

Notices of the marriage of the ladies of the Alumni are also desired, with the lull name of 
the husband. J. S. HOARD, Sec'y Record Committee, 

MansfielDj Pa. 



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